Joining what will be the biggest grid Britcar has seen since its 2016
relaunch will be the Beechdean pairing of TV chef-turned racing driver Paul
"Paulo" Hollywood and Beechdean Farmhouse Dairy Ice Cream founder and
long-term Britcar protagonist Andrew Howard.

Hollywood, whose three-part TV series "Big Continental Road Trip" is
currently being shown on BBC2, is a big fan of the Aston Martin marque,
having fallen in love with the DB5 that James Bond drove for a mere 13
minutes of screen time in Goldfinger back in 1964. Howard is a giant – both
physically and by reputation – when it comes to GT racing having won both
the British GT championship (2015) and the GTE category of the European Le
Mans Series last year. Howard raced both a Cadburys-sponsored Mini Cooper
and a BMW M3 with us in the early days. The pair previously raced in the
Britcar Endurance Championship in September of 2015 as part of Hollywood’s
successful introduction to GT racing.

Photo: Paul Cherry