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Royal Automobile Club Charity Cup

The third Royal Automobile Club Charity Cup will take place at Woodcote Park on Tuesday 29 April 2014. 

Last year high profile names from the worlds of motorsport and media turned out for the Charity Cup competition.

Damon Hill, the former Formula 1 World Champion, Derek Warwick, President of the British Racing Drivers’ Club (BRDC), TV presenters Steve Rider and Tiff Needell plus many drivers from the world of motor sport including David Brabham, Jackie Oliver, Duncan Tappy, Nicky Grist, Will Stevens and Jason Plato, all competed.

The Charity Cup guest of honour was John Surtees OBE, who remains the only person to have won World Championships on both two and four wheels. Surtees delighted the teams and spectators as he made a little bit of history, riding his 1960 MV Agusta up the Captain’s Drive at the Woodcote Park Estate, then returning down the Drive in his immaculately restored 1970 Surtees TS7 Formula 1 car to rapturous applause.

2013 Results

1st
BRDC President's Team - 92 points
 
2nd
Monaco Scramblers Team - 89 points
 
3rd
Salon Privé Team - 88 points
 

Longest Drive - Nicky Grist from Motor Sports Association

 

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