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Sharp ‘Honoured’ To Be Selected As BRDC SuperStar

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British GT racer Tom Sharp has expressed his delight at being named as a member of the British Racing Driver’s Club’s prestigious SuperStars programme for 2013.

The accolade sees Sharp endorsed by the BRDC as one of the brightest young prospects in British motorsport, following his successful two seasons in the Michelin Ginetta GT Supercup, where he took nineteen race wins on the way to two top three championship finishes.

Sharp said: “I’m honoured to have been selected to be a part of the programme and to have been selected as one of the brightest young talents in the sport. I am looking forward to taking full advantage of what the programme has to offer.”

Now in its sixth year, the SuperStars programme assists its members with training programmes and workshops on all aspects of professional motorsport, including help with physical and mental training, career guidance, team building skills, sponsorship advice, PR and marketing and motorsport seminars and workshops with BRDC members.

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