The British Drag Racing Hall of Fame (BDRHoF) has just announced the names of the new members selected for induction into the Hall of Fame in 2017. They are record-setting Top Fuel team Principals Per Andersen and Karsten Andersen; long time photographer and the man who revived the Fuel Altered class Lawrie Gatehouse; legendary Suzuki Drag Bike racer Pip Higham; Top Fuel Bike racer Steve Woollatt and committed husband-and-wife racers, organisers and Drag Racing supporters John and Lesley Wright.
Their names join those whose contributions to British Drag Racing are considered to have been extraordinary. Detailed Citations can be found on http://www.britishdragracinghof.co.uk/hall-of-fame/
The Induction Ceremonies will take place at the BDRHoF Gala Awards Dinner being held at the historic Oatlands Park Hotel, Weybridge on November 18th when Drag Racing personalities and fans from around the world will celebrate the commitment shown by these, all-too-often, un-sung heroes and the influence they have had on European Drag Racing.
2017 Gala Awards Dinner
Reservations for the 2017 Gala Awards Dinner can now be taken by email at email@example.com or by telephone at 01933 279102. This year the tickets are priced competitively at £65.00 each and this includes a pre-dinner reception and table wine. The event always sells out well in advance, so if you would like to join us for the occasion we suggest you make your reservation sooner rather than later. On receiving your reservation you will be given the procedure to book rooms at the negotiated room rate that includes breakfast and VAT as well as parking.
On-going news about the Gala, sponsors and other events in which the BDRHoF is involved will be published on the British Drag Racing Hall of Fame website, www.britishdragracinghof.co.uk, www.eurodragster.com and on Facebook and Twitter.
British Drag Racing Hall of Fame Limited is a company limited by guarantee and registered in England and Wales under no. 10387951 and whose registered office is at 39, Hatton Park Road, Wellingborough, Northants NN8 5AT.
The BDRHoF Benevolent Fund has been created as registered charity no. 1167197 and is run for racers or officials who through injury have fallen on hard times and may be invited to apply for grants. Money raised will also go to the Air Ambulances local to UK Drag Racing tracks. All money raised by donation goes to charitable grants.