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Around 320 guests assembled in London to celebrate the successes of BRDC Members, SuperStars and Rising Stars on Monday 5 December.

Reflecting on a year in which 39 different championships have been won by Members of the British Racing Drivers’ Club (BRDC) and BRDC Young Drivers, there was plenty to celebrate at the BRDC Annual Awards Lunch which was hosted and compered by Jake Humphrey and BRDC Member Paul O’Neill at the London Marriott on Grosvenor Square.  The ceremony was well attended by the great and good of British Motor Racing, including BRDC President David Coulthard MBE and Vice Presidents Martin Brundle, Derek Warwick, Howden Ganley and John Grant.  The prestigious event attracted a wide range of other distinguished guests such as BRDC President in Chief, HRH The Duke of Kent K.G., and President of the Automobile Club De L’Ouest, Pierre Fillon.

As well as celebrating the many on-track success stories throughout the Club, the event also gave its many guests an opportunity to support the BRDC Motor Sport Charity.  Thanks to the generosity of the Members and guests in attendance, just over £4,700 was raised which will go towards providing assistance to people in the motor sport industry during times of need.

The ceremony began with a short speech from the BRDC’s President before the introduction of the first segment of awards, which included the Special Achievement Award presented to Jason Plato in recognition of what he has achieved during his exceptional career in the British Touring Car Championship.  Plato then returned to the stage later in the afternoon to present 2022 BTCC Champion Tom Ingram with the BRDC Silver Star, an award which Plato himself had previously won on eight occasions.