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The Club office has only just learned of the death last November of BRDC Life Member Ian Titterington of Holywood, County Down. Ian was elected as a Full Member in 1955, having competed in the RAC Tourist Trophy races at the challenging Dundrod circuit in both 1954 and 1955 in a Triumph TR2. These races were the British round of the World Sports Car Championship. On both occasions Ian finished 21st overall and in 1955, with co-driver Wilbert Todd, came second in the 2-litre class to the Maserati A6GCS of Andre Loens/Joakim Bonnier.

One of the stars of that 1955 TT was Ian’s cousin the late Desmond Titterington who shared a lone factory Jaguar D-type with Mike Hawthorn and so impressed Alfred Neubauer that he was invited to share a Mercedes-Benz 300SLR with American John Fitch in the Targa Florio a few weeks later, between times finishing third for Vanwall in the Formula 1 Oulton Park Gold Cup. For business reasons Ian’s racing career was largely confined to Ireland, beginning with a Singer Roadster in 1952 at Wicklow. A Dellow earned Ian third place in an Open Handicap race at Dublin’s Phoenix Park in 1954 and, with the Triumph TR2 he also finished third at the short-lived Cranfield circuit in 1955. The TR2 brought Ian further success in 1956 with victories at Cranfield and Kirkistown and a couple of second places at the latter circuit.

GB3 Championship race winner Joseph Loake named as the 34th winner of the prestigious Young Driver of the Year Award.
The Club regrets to report the death of John Turner, who was elected as a BRDC Member in 1977
Over 310 guests assembled in London to celebrate the successes of BRDC Members, SuperStars and Rising Stars on Monday 4 December
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