Princess yachts continues its HoF support
and JBR Capital steps in to back newly introduced award
Princess is proud to continue its partnership with the Motor Sport Hall of Fame for the second year running. The premier yacht marque will sponsor the Formula 1 category, recognising the best engineers, drivers and designers from the world’s most celebrated single-seater racing category.
The news comes as Princess gears up to announce its highly anticipated, all-new R class: 35ft in length, fully carbon fibre and powered by V8 engines boasting an impressive top speed of 50 knots, the boat will be Princess’s most sporting model yet.
Princess Yachts is proud to have partnered with BAR Technologies and Pininfarina to bring a whole new breed of yacht to the market, with the very latest in advanced technology and naval architecture. The all-new R Class will feature the unique Princess Active Foil System (AFS) and deliver the fastest and most efficient Princess boating experience to date. The striking exterior reflects one of the most compelling and innovative designs the firm has yet created and conceals a spacious cabin within. It features a well equipped galley and seating area, with the added flexibility to convert to a generous double berth, further complemented by an en-suite.
“This ground-breaking new yacht remains a true Princess at heart, with the same level of comfort, practicality and seakeeping – and all combined with the very latest ideas and progressive performance technology from the Princess Design Studio,” says Kiran Haslam, marketing director of Princess Yachts.
JBR Capital steps in to back newly introduced award
Motor Sport is delighted to confirm that one of the UK’s leading independent finance lenders dedicated solely to high-end vehicles, JBR Capital, has joined the Hall of Fame as ‘Racing Car’ category sponsor.
Launched this year, the Racing Car category celebrates some of the sport’s most iconic vehicles from across the motor racing spectrum. And JBR Capital, with products covering classic cars, supercars and prestige car finance as well as racing cars, is an ideal partner for the category.
“We’re thrilled to be sponsoring the Racing Car category at the Hall of Fame,” said Darren Selig, executive chairman of JBR Capital. “We’re looking forward to seeing our clients, friends and colleagues at the event, which promises to be the a highlight of the motor sport calendar.”
The Porsche 917, Williams FW14B, Ford Cosworth RS500, Jaguar XJR-9, Audi Quattro and (almost) all-conquering McLaren MP4/4 are the inaugural nominees.
The winner will be announced on June 4 at the Royal Automobile Club, Woodcote Park.
For more information about the Hall of Fame visit www.motorsportmagazine.com/hof2018