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 THE GOLDSTARS   AWARDS 

The BWRDC GoldStars Award is an initiative conceived by our unique motorsport club to promote talented women in motorsport. Only two of the prestigious GoldStars Awards may be presented annually at the discretion of the Club, and the GoldStars are not always awarded.

The GoldStars Junior Award is recognition for Club Members under 25 and the Senior Award is for Club Members over 25. GoldStars Awards are given to Club Members to recognise their progress and to help them take their motorsport career to a higher level. The nominees are put forward by the BWRDC committee to an independent panel of judges who decide the final winners.

 GOLDSTARS   WINNERS 

2022 Jess Edgar, Alice Powell,
Carol Glenn

2021 Jem Hepworth, Cathy Sewart, Nadine Lewis

2020 Chloe Grant, Sasha Heriot

2019 Abbi Pulling, Jo Polley  

2018 Sara Williams, Elen Worthington

2017 Katie Milner

2016 Sara Williams, Elen Worthington 

2015 Anna Waleswka, Roz Shaw

2014 Amanda Black, Amy Barker

2013 Zoe Wenham, Sian Stafford-Atkinson

2012 Sarah Reader, Gail Hill

2011 Alice Powell, Cat Lund

2010 Alice Powell, Ilsa Cox

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 THE 2020 

 JUNIOR 

 GOLDSTAR 

 JESSICA EDGAR 

Jess Edgar has had a successful season competing in the Wera Tools British Kart Championships, finishing 13th overall and taking race wins and podiums throughout
the year.

 

Jess finished an already brilliant season by reaching the top 8 of the FIA Women in 
Motorsport Girls On Track Rising Stars programme.

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 THE 2020 

 SENIOR 

 GOLDSTAR 

 ALICE POWELL 

Alice has had an incredibly successful season of racing with W Series, closely contesting the championship all year and finishing a very close second after three race wins and two further podium finishes.

Photos thanks to Jeff Bloxham and W Series.

 

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 THE 2020 
 VOLUNTEER  GOLDSTAR 

 CAROL GLENN 

Carol has been a race official and clerk of the course for over 30 years, and has founded NRG Motorsport, which aims to offer drivers of any diverse background a career pathway into Motorsport.


NRG aims to be the go-to 
Academy for all those who aspire
to work within the Motorsport 
sector. Carol also sits on the 
governing body’s Women In 
Motorsport committee.

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 THE JUNIOR 

 NOMINEES 

This year’s Junior GoldStars
Nominees are Abbi Pulling, Chloe Grant and Jessica Edgar.  

Abbi Pulling had a rollercoaster
year. A loss of funding left her 
unable to complete a good run of form in ROKiT British F4, but she proved her worth by heading to Circuit of The Americas for
the final two races of W Series, taking her first career pole, and a podium.

Chloe Grant made the big step up from karting into cars, entering the Junior Saloon Car Championship. She has improved and honed her craft every race, and finished the year 14th overall.

Jess Edgar has had a successful season competing in the Wera Tools British Kart Championships, finishing 13th overall and taking race wins and podiums throughout
the year. Jess finished an already brilliant season by reaching the top 8 of the FIA Women in Motorsport Girls On Track Rising Stars programme.
 

 THE SENIOR 

 NOMINEES 

Our Senior GoldStars Nominees
are Alice Powell, Ashleigh Morris
and Katie Milner.

 

Alice has had an incredibly successful season of racing with W Series, closely 
contesting the championship all year and finishing a very close second after three race wins and two further podium finishes.

Ashleigh Morris has really made the most of her opportunities this year, despite covid limiting the number of events available to her. Ashleigh has driven in both the MSN Rally Championship and the Scottish Rally Championship, finishing 2nd and 3rd in class respectively and takig the title of Scottish Ladies Rally Champion. Ashleigh has also taken to the co-drivers seat at multiple events, and kicked off a new partnership with Carbon Positive Motorsport to improve sustainability in the sport.

Katie Milner has had a great year contesting the British GT Championship with team Rocket Motorsport, as well as competing on select rounds of the Pure Mclaren GT4 championship. Katie’s results improved all year, finishing with a podium in Portimao and 11th overall in the British GT GT4 championship.

 THE VOLUNTEER 
 NOMINEES 

Our Nominees for our new 
Volunteer GoldStars category are Pheebe Fletcher and Carol Glenn.

Pheebe is a young marshal who can regularly be found at rallies
across the country. At only 12 years old, Pheebe has already undertaken fire training and acted as a casualty for rescue unit assessments, and is always looking to learn new skills.

Carol has been a race official and clerk of the course for over 30 years, and has founded NRG Motorsport, which aims to offer drivers of any diverse background a 
career pathway into Motorsport.


NRG aims to be the go-to Academy for all those who aspire to work within the Motorsport sector. Carol also sits on the 
governing body’s Women In 
Motorsport committee.