Sponsored by Dickies (maker of coveralls and workplace trousers) and Kawasaki, the 2015 UK Worker Of The Year award aims to ‘recognize and reward the hard work in the British workforce’ by seeking out Britain’s worthiest wrench-wielders, spanner monkeys, and all-round fixers of things.
Naturally, we at LRO would like to see the award go to a Land Rover specialist…
Similar to last year, this year’s winner will also have the chance to win £100,000 cash at Brands Hatch at the final British Superbike meeting in October, should he/she predict the top six riders' placing in the final race.
Entering won’t cost you a penny, and the competition is open to anyone aged 17 or over, who is working in the UK. The winner will be announced at Brands Hatch on the 18 October.
Click here to find out more about the competition and to enter.