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British Women Racing Drivers’ Club (BWRDC)
The British Women Racing Drivers’ Club (BWRDC) was founded in 1962 by the late Mary Wheeler MBE who wished to see women racing drivers receive recognition for their endeavours and to encourage more women to enter circuit racing. Members were expected to maintain a high standard of driving and integrity, on and off the track.
Almost fifty years later, the Club continues to flourish with 150 plus members and includes sections for Rally, Hill climb & Sprint, Kart, Autocross/Rallycross, Officials, Supporters & Wheelers (ex-competitors).
The BWRDC is a Motor Sports Association (MSA) recognised motor club, has a ‘voice’ on the MSA’s ‘Women in Motorsport’ working group, and actively promotes women in motorsport by exhibiting at major racing car shows, introducing new initiatives – BWRDC GoldStars, and members receive recognition for their achievements through the Club’s prestigious championships; the BWRDC’s Lord Wakefield Trophy is currently the highest accolade bestowed upon a woman in motorsport.
Members also have the opportunity to attend the Annual Awards Presentations, the AGM, receive the Club’s quarterly magazine, exchange ideas on the web-based forum, post their CVs and check the latest news on the BWRDC website.
BWRDC GoldStars winners, the 2010 awards being presented by Stirling, and nominees benefit from their own dedicated web pages. Details for both websites can be found below.