Welcome to the British Women Racing Drivers Club
What we do
Our aim is to promote and support women in all forms of motorsport. As a BWRDC member you can tap into the wealth of experience that a specialist club like ours can offer and gain recognition for your achievements through our prestigious championships. The BWRDC is proud to work in partnership with Motors TV, the high speed television channel.
Whatever your chosen discipline, we can help you to get started or simply offer advice if you are already competing. Our members are eligible to compete for a range of prestigious championship awards and the coveted trophies are presented at our annual awards dinner each February.
Visit our membership page to see the latest news, offers and discounts available to club members.
Once your membership is approved, you'll need to pay a membership fee. For joining fees or to renew your BWRDC membership, please click here.
Read our club rules here
BWRDC Annual Awards Dinner
The BWRDC Championship awards are presented annually each February. The awards dinner for the 2015 season will be held on 6th February 2016 at Wroxall Abbey Hotel. We are delighted to announce that this year's special guest is Suzi Perry.
The BWRDC GoldStars award is an initiative conceived by our unique motorsport club. Only two of these prestigious awards will be presented annually; one to a Club Member who aspires to a higher level and one to an Elite Member wishing to progress her motorsport career to a professional level. The GoldStars flag up talent within our sport and help the nominees and winners promote and progress their careers. Both winners benefit from two highly successful and professional drivers as their mentors, BWRDC Star Drivers Liz Halliday and F1 test driver Susie Wolff. Our 2015 GoldStars Award winners are Anna Waleska and Roz Shaw.
50 years and counting
We are very proud to celebrate more than 50 years of the BWRDC. Our club was started by Mary Wheeler MBE to represent the interests of women competitors, and a wealth of talented women have been part of the club over the decades. We have chosen 50 remarkable women to represent our club's heritage. To read more about them click here