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• Ex-F1 racer Mark Blundell captains winning celebrity team
• Screen Stars help to raise £10,000 for Prostate Cancer UK
• Take That chart-topper Howard Donald is best rookie
• Famous faces grin from ear-to-ear after Austin odyssey

The Screen Stars team won the Silverstone Classic Celebrity Challenge Trophy Race – a new addition to the action-packed programme at the world’s biggest classic motor racing festival Saturday evening (29 July). Read More »

• Final list includes top names from sport, showbiz, music and TV
• From Take That to Top Gear via Dragons’ Den and Olympic Gold
• Raising funds and awareness for Prostate Cancer UK
• All tickets for the Classic must be purchased in advance

World and Olympic champions, chart-topping musicians, best-selling authors and familiar figures from TV and radio will all be on the star-studded grid for the inaugural Celebrity Challenge Trophy Race at this month’s eagerly-anticipated Silverstone Classic (28-30 July).

The stellar big-name line-up features no fewer than five gold medal-winning athletes. These are topped by Jason Kenny CBE who, along with fellow track cyclist Sir Chris Hoy, is Britain’s most successful Olympian having amassed no fewer than six gold medals. Read More »

– Golden girl gears up for special celebrity circuit showdown
– Winter sports star swaps skeleton for motor race debut at Silverstone Classic
– No fewer than five Olympic champions revving up for further glory
– All tickets for the Classic must be purchased in advance

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– Olympic gold medallists Jason Kenny and Amy Williams on the grid
– England cricket captain Mike Gatting joins star-studded cast
– Latest line-up of team captains includes F1 racer Mark Blundell
– Early Bird tickets now on sale with significant savings

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kumho-williams16aWinter Olympic Gold medallist Amy Williams MBE has successfully completed her second Wales Rally GB (October 28-30) as co-driver to Sky Sports News’ F1 analyst Tony Jardine. The privateer pair survived a last stage scare to finish a very creditable 39th overall among the world’s top rally teams.

Campaigning the same Kumho-shod Mitsubishi Evo IX in which they enjoyed a class win on the 2013 event, the duo quickly gelled once more to survive unscathed on what is recognised as one of the most gruelling events on the WRC calendar. Read More »