RACING driver Sandra Harrison-Moore from Woburn Sands was tragically killed at Goodwood on Saturday.
Competing in a time trial at the historic circuit, the 37-year-old lost control of her Caterham, crashing into the tyre barrier at the final turn of her run.
Mrs Harrison-Moore, who worked as a stroke clinical specialist in Milton Keynes, was airlifted to Southampton General Hospital with serious head injuries but died on Saturday night.
Cathy Walker, managing director of Milton Keynes Community Health Services, paid tribute to her collegaue, saying: “Sandra was a valued colleague and friend to many people.
“She had worked here for almost 11 years and was an asset to MKCHS both for her work and for her great personality.
“Sandra worked as a stroke clinical specialist and was well known across the health and social care system in Milton Keynes for leading best practice.
“Obviously, Sandra will be deeply missed and I know that everyone’s love and thoughts will be with her husband, family and friends at this very sad time.”
Sussex Road Policing officers were called to the circuit to investigate the crash on behalf of HM Coroner for West Sussex but found no evidence of any other vehicle being involved.
Inspector Phil Nicholas said: “This appears to have been a tragic crash during a regular time trial event and our thoughts go to the victim’s family, who were with her when she died.”