Rear drive - 21 wins
Four-wheel drive - 4 wins. In 2008, 1st, 2nd and 3rd went to 4WD cars.
Natural aspiration or forced induction?
Natural aspiration by 21 wins to four
Open or closed bodywork?
Closed, by 21 wins to four
The perfect formula?
A closed, mid-engined, rear drive, naturally aspirated Porsche. Or, put another way, a Cayman.
Most popular locations (not including 2014)
Five visits - Goodwood
Four visits - Rockingham
Three visits - Castle Combe and Bedford Autodrome
Two visits - Croft, Silverstone, Oulton Park
One visit - Brands Hatch, Donington, Snetterton, Mireval
Derek Warwick, Jonathan Palmer, Takumo Sato, Jason Plato, John Miles, Tiff Needell, Justin Wilson, Jay Kay, Anthony Reid, Andy Priaulx
They got invited how?
Audi A2, BMW Z3 1.9, Peugeot 406 Coupe, Peugeot 407 2.2, Fiat Punto HGT, VW Bora V6, Alfa Romeo 156GTA
Biggest off award
Ferrari 328GTB at Quarry bend in 1989. Tricky car, tricky corner. Result: to date the only car to be written off at BBDC
There but for the grace of God award
To the tester who spun a Bugatti EB110GT at 150mph through Fordwater at Goodwood. Broke record set by John Surtees in an F1 car for the longest set of skid marks ever laid at Goodwood. Hit nothing.
The Red faced award
To the driver who crashed the Ford GT at Rockingham. If a car’s going to get damaged, it really should be done by one of us, not a PR man from a rival manufacturer…
The WTF award for the weirdest car/car name ever to attend BBDC
Honourable mention - Ruf CTR2
Runaway winner - Tommy Kaira ZZ
Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG Estate. Nothing else got close
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