TerraClean offers Grant to Dave Rayner Fund

TerraClean offers Grant to Dave Rayner Fund

The Dave Rayner Fund has received more than £200 from Randstad, through its engine decarbonising brand TerraClean. The fund was offered in the memory of West Surrey Racing’s Simon Wood, also known as Tippa, who passed away in December.

The team at TerraClean organised the Colin Turkington Simulator Challenge during Autosport International, where visitors had the opportunity to compete against each other and score the fastest time. The challenge raised over £200, which were then donated to the charity. Colin and his wife Louise chose the Dave Rayner Fund in the memory of their close friend Simon, Chief Truckie and Tyre and Fuel Technician for the BTCC team.

“The team at TerraClean has done a brilliant job in supporting The Dave Rayner Fund and I would like to say a big thank you to all those who visited the stand and took part in the challenge, which has helped raise much needed funds,” said BTCC Champion and TerraClean brand ambassador, Colin Turkington.

During the event, visitors and motorsport fans also had the chance to meet double British Touring Championship (BTCC) champion Colin Turkington who made a VIP appearance on the stand.

“We were delighted that motorsport fans got the chance to meet Colin on the TerraClean stand at this year’s Autosport International. We’re even more thrilled that we managed to raise over £200 for a charity close to Colin’s heart and an extremely worthy cause,” said Phillip Dowd, TerraClean Sales Director and motorsport enthusiast.

The Dave Rayner fund supports young and promising British cyclists to make a successful pro career. Since its inception, it had raised over £600,000 in grants, which were given to riders to enable them to race abroad. Among the riders supported have been Dave Millar, who was one of the first ones to benefit from the grant, and Adam Yates, a recent champion.

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