MOTORSPORT, PARTNERSHIPS & SPONSORSHIPS
Intelligent Money is well known for its automotive and racing pedigree and is the multi-year title sponsor of the prestigious British GT Championship. Intelligent Money Private Clients is also the sponsor of the PistonHeads finance forum, where we have spent many years giving our time for free to answer thousands of financial questions at no charge.
In 2022 Intelligent Money teamed up with Christopher Ward London to create a bespoke 20th aniversary IM Racing watch. On a personal note, our CEO, Julian Penniston-Hill is a personal shareholder and financial backer of the new TVR Automotive company.
It is very safe to say that we are a fan - and supporter - of all things motoring!
BRITISH GT CHAMPIONSHIP
The Intelligent Money British GT Championship is now in its 30th year and we are proud to be the title sponsor of this premier global GT series.
Strong involvement with the drivers and teams led to IMPC teaming up with Sky to bring Jenson Button over from LA to race with partner Chris Buncombe at our Silverstone 500 weekend in 2020.
PistonHeads is the UK's leading motoring forum with over 7m unique users generating and debating content across the spectrum.
Intelligent Money Private Clients sponsors the finance section of this site, answering members investment related questions free of charge and offering exclusive opportunities.
In 2022 Intelligent Money teamed up with British watchmaker Christopher Ward to design a bespoke, limited edition Intelligent MoNey Racing (IMR) watch.
This prestigious and exclusive timepiece was only available to professional racing drivers competing
in the Intelligent Money British GT Championship and clients of Intelligent Money and.
TVR is an British sports car manufacturer., originally founded in 1923. it was once the third-largest specialised sports car manufacturer in the world, offering a diverse range of coupés and convertibles.
In 2013 TVR was bought out of Ruccian ownership by TVR Automotive, of which our founder and CEO, Julian Penniston-Hill, is a small shareholder.