Aston Martin Cognizant
Formula One™ Team
British Racing & Sports Car Club
The British Racing & Sports Car Club was formed in 1946 and has been one of the most influential clubs & main driving forces in domestic motor racing ever since. Today, with over 35 race meetings and 25 championships under the BRSCC umbrella annually, the Club continues to play a leading role in the British motor racing scene, organising both club race meetings and FIA sanctioned international events.
750 Motor Club
Formed in 1939 with Austin Seven roots, the 750 Motor Club’s first offering – 750 Formula – defined ‘club motorsport’; a class that still exists today as the world’s longest running championship. Various formulae have been introduced since, with more than 20 series and championships now available from single seaters to hot hatchbacks and endurance offerings; positioning 750MC as one of the UK’s largest organisers.
As well as the ensuring the highest quality experience with the largest grids and friendliest paddock, the focus remains on leading the way in affordable motorsport, whether via capitalising on new models, or investing in new technology.
British Automobile Racing Club
The BARC is one of the biggest motorsport organisations in the United Kingdom, with a rich and illustrious history that spans more than 100 years. Today, the BARC is responsible for organising more than 35 championships and upwards of 60 race meetings each year. The BARC championships represent a diverse cross-section of motorsport, ranging from the British Touring Car Championship to the Britcar Dunlop Endurance Championship, the Motorsport UK British Hillclimb Championship and the UK Sports Prototype Cup, to name just a few.
British Universities Karting Championship
The British Universities Karting Championship involves hundreds of students from all over the UK coming together to represent their Universities and race wheel-to-wheel in high-performance outdoor racing karts. The Championship takes place over a number of rounds held at world-class outdoor karting circuits across the UK.
Sports Media LGBT+
Sports Media LGBT+ is an industry network and advocacy group for LGBT+ people and allies. Founded in 2017, the group brings together professionals and newcomers in sports journalism, broadcast media, and communications to exchange advice and experiences, and also welcomes the input of individuals working in related industries. By amplifying LGBT+ voices in sport through content sharing on social media, and offering connections and contacts to editors and reporters to encourage fair representation, the group is helping to build a more inclusive community across sport. As well as Racing Pride, the group has strong ties to organisations such as Sky Sports, the Sports Journalists’ Association, and Outsports, and is always keen to collaborate on projects that support the belief that achieving authenticity for LGBT+ people helps to boost their performance.
Formula Student is Europe’s most established educational engineering competition which uses motorsport to inspire students. Backed by industry and high-profile engineers such as Patron, Ross Brawn OBE, the competition aims to develop enterprising and innovative young engineers and encourage more young people to take up a career in engineering. The format provides an ideal opportunity for students to demonstrate their engineering knowledge and test and improve their capabilities to deliver a complex and integrated product in the demanding environment of a motorsport competition.
All students taking part get a chance to demonstrate their technical analysis, engineering design and manufacturing skills whilst having to meet a strict deadline. Learning lessons along the way in team work, time management, project management, budgeting and presentation. This will give them experience in the skills prospective employers will be looking for and setting them up for a career in engineering.
Vroom Media is a multi-disciplinary creative agency specialising in motorsport. Vroom Media is assisting both Racing Pride and its ambassadors with a range of online and offline projects.
With backgrounds in newspapers and magazines, print, branding and identity, websites, infographics, mobile apps and digital television, Vroom not only deals with corporate work but also handles some of the most famous names in motorsport such as Casey Stoner, Brad Binder, Remy Gardner, Eugene Laverty and Scott Redding, as well as searching out and taking on new, upcoming talent.
Vroom Media’s approach to motorsport clients focuses on providing world class online hubs, connecting them with their fans through social integration and depth of content, and presenting their communications, their brand and their sponsors, to the highest standards.