CLIC Sargent was selected as this year's official partner for The Grand Prix Ball 2013, a glamorous black-tie affair at London's The Hurlingham Club, which raised £37,000 for the charity.
The glamorous Grand Prix Ball was a chance for celebrities and motor sport fans to embrace the F1 spirit ahead of the much anticipated Silverstone Grand Prix.
Guests were spoilt for choice with several F1 cars, old and new, on display as well as a one-of-a-kind performance from Jackie Stewart's 1972 Tyrrell F1 car that raced around the idyllic setting of The Hurlingham Club.
The night was topped off with performances from CLIC Sargent patron and F1 pundit Eddie Jordan's four piece band, Eddie & The Robbers, as well as the BRIT award-nominated pop rock band, The Feeling.
The event raised a fantastic £37,000 to support children and young people with cancer and their families.
Jonny Dodge, CEO of GP Management, said: "GP Management is thrilled with the success of the 2013 Grand Prix Ball. The cars from James Hunt’s era on display were simply breath taking as was the turnout of guests.
"A great deal of money was raised for CLIC Sargent and I am pleased that such a remarkable night was all for a very worthy cause."
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