In the autumn of 2011, a motorsport mad 37 year-old man from Staffordshire lost an 18 month battle with a rare form of Leukaemia. That man was Paul Lee-Davis.
Paul is remembered by all whom he met for being a fun-loving, larger than life character who was truly in his element when competing on track. Having rekindled his childhood passion for karting, Paul competed with the Club100 series between 2008 and 2010.
We are supporting The Institute of Cancer Research (ICR), for their research and work in T-cell prolymphocytic leukaemia. Which is the rare form of leukaemia Paul passed away from in 2011. 100% of the money raised in our event will go to the research into T-PLL.
T-PLL is a very rare leukaemia, primarily affecting adults over the age of 30. It represents 2% of all small lymphocytic leukaemia in adults.