McLaren AUTOSPORT BRDC award finalists named

The six finalists who will fight it out for this year's McLaren AUTOSPORT BRDC award have been named. The contenders have been picked from a shortlist nominated by the public by a panel of industry experts

McLaren AUTOSPORT BRDC award finalists named

The finalists are all aged between 18 and 23 and drawn from the UK's junior single-seater series, up to and including the British F3 Scholarship class. They are:

Ben Clucas (18) - UK Formula Ford race winner
Christian England (22) - British F3 Scholarship class racer
Tom Kimber-Smith (18) - UK Formula Ford Champion
Alex Lloyd (18) - Formula Renault runner-up
James Rossiter (20) - Formula Renault title challenger
Susie Stoddart (21) - Formula Renault front-runner

The six will go head-to-head in a two-day assessment at Silverstone, where they will drive an Alan Docking Racing F3 car, an MG BTCC machine and an AMG DTM Mercedes. The winner, who will receive a £75,000 prize and a test in a McLaren F1 car, will be named at the AUTOSPORT awards on December 7.

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