Company Car Today is again tackling the Le Mans 24-hour cycle event over the August Bank Holiday weekend, this time with a team of four and a solo attempt by David Motton that borders on lunacy. We are supporting the excellent work of WOMAC (Women on the Move Against Cancer - www.womac.co.uk), an organisation run by 65 female volunteers working in the automotive and associated industries.
The team of four is Company Car Today Editor Paul Barker and Publishing Director Dave Wallace, Company Van Today Editor Tom Webster and our special guest motoring journalist Jon Quirk.
As was the case last year, we are being supported by the kind sponsorship of Toyota, a company that knows all about success in endurance events and at Le Mans, having recently secured the World Endurance Championship, as well as winning the 2018 Le Mans 24-hour race. Something we can aspire to!
Women On the Move Against Cancer is administered by the Essex Community Foundation. WOMAC is made up of volunteers, all working in the automotive industry who raise money every year for cancer charities. For more details please visit www.womac.co.uk. In 2018-19, WOMAC will support the EHE Rare Cancer Charity (EHERCC). Epithelioid Haemangioendothelioma (EHE) is a very rare form of vascular sarcoma. The EHERCC gathers vital data from its worldwide membership of EHE patients, which is invaluable to the medical and research scientists who are working to understand and treat this rare cancer. EHERCC's key objectives are to support patients wherever they are in the world, to promote, fund and direct research into EHE, and to act as advocates for greater awareness of, and care for, EHE. For more details, please visit www.ehercc.org.uk.
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