BRSCC Awards 27th November 2010

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BRSCC Awards Presentation

On Saturday 27th November, the top three drivers in the Boxster and 924 Classes of the BRSCC Porsche Championship attended the BRSCC Awards ceremony in Stratford-on-Avon to be presented with trophies for their achievements in the 2010 season.

In front of an audience of 300+ guests, the overall and Boxster champion Dave Clark picked up his winner’s trophy from BRSSC Chairman Bernard Cottrell, as did 924 Champion Andrew Hannington. The second and third placed trophies were presented to Steve Brown and Adam Croft respectively for the 924’s, whilst Dave Hughes picked up his trophy for third place in the Boxster class. Second placed Boxster driver, Richard Sykes, was unfortunately not present at the ceremony.

A fantastic evening was had by all who attended. Jayson Flegg, 924 Driver Representative, and one of the men responsible for making it all happen in 2010 was also present at the event and commented; ‘I’d like to say a big Congratulations to all of the top three drivers in the Boxster and 924 classes, and of course special mention to 924 class winner Andrew Hannington and overall Championship winner, Dave Clark. 2010 has been a brilliant start to the new-look Porsche Championship, with stand-out performances throughout the field. Well done to everyone involved and here’s to an even better 2011!’.

Up next on the calendar is the Porsche Driver’s Association (PDA) annual Awards & Dinner Dance on Saturday 8th January at the Ansty Hall Hotel in Coventry, where the club will celebrate the successes of all the drivers and highlights of the 2010 season. If you would like to attend, please contact Nick Hull or Jayson Flegg for tickets; this will be one event not to be missed!

(pictured l-r: Steve Brown – 924 Second, Dave Hughes – Boxster 3rd, Dave Clark – overall & Boxster Champion, Andrew Hannington – 924 Champion, Adam Croft – 924 Third)

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