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Date set for Motor Sport Hall of Fame

February date set for second Motor Sport Hall of Fame event
Following the inaugural Motor Sport Hall of Fame event in early 2010, the prestigious awards evening will return to the Roundhouse in Camden, London, on Tuesday 15 February 2011.

Celebrating and honouring the achievements of motor racing's greatest luminaries, the event will bring together a host of personalities from the sport.

The second annual Hall of Fame event, in association with TAG Heuer, takes place less than four weeks ahead of the 2011 FIA Formula One World Championship, starting in March with Sir Stirling Moss and Tony Brooks amongst those due to attend. BBC F1 anchor Jake Humphrey will host the awards.

“I started reading Motor Sport avidly in 1947, or thereabouts, and I haven't missed an issue since then,” Moss said. “It's an exceptionally good magazine. To be invited to the opening Motor Sport Hall of Fame event earlier this year, where I was awarded a founding membership, was an absolute delight for me. I can't wait to attend again in 2011 and find out who the next inductees will be.”

“The inaugural Motor Sport Hall of Fame event was a huge success, Motor Sport magazine editor Damien Smith added. “The evening has become a real highlight on the motor racing social calendar. Motor Sport Magazine is proud to present racing legends, which are an inspiration to our readers, with an accolade which pays tribute to their significant contributions to the sport.”

Moss and Brooks were amongst the drivers inducted into the Hall of Fame earlier in the year.


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