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The British Women Racing Drivers Club was formed in 1962 by Mary Wheeler MBE, with the aim of promoting and supporting women in all forms of motorsport. 


With over fifty years of history, our members compete for some of the most prestigious championships available to women. The coveted trophies are presented at our annual awards dinner each February.

We also present The Lord Wakefield Challenge Trophy, the highest accolade bestowed upon a woman for outstanding performances or services to motorsport, at Motorsport UK's Night of Champions.







Whatever your chosen discipline, we can help you to get started or offer advice through our Mentorship Scheme if you are already competing. 


We also offer a number of discounts on products and services and the chance for members to network and promote their businesses via our benefits page.



As a member of the BWRDC you will have the opportunity to tap into the wealth of experience and guidance that a specialist club like ours can offer and the opportunity to receive recognition for your achievements through our prestigious championships.

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The BWRDC GoldStars Award is an initiative conceived by our unique motorsport club to promote talented women in motorsport.



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