The British Motorsports Marshals’ Club has been proud to support Race Against Dementia (RAD) as its official Charity of the Year for 2020 and will extend that into 2021 following the impact of Covid-19 on its planned fundraising activity this year.
BMMC National Chair, Nadine Lewis said: “After a chance meeting with Paul Stewart at an event organised by the Women’s Motor Racing Associates Club (WMRAC), affectionately known as the Doghouse Owners’ Club, I became aware of the work of RAD.
“I’m delighted that as a club we can support this excellent cause and help RAD in their drive to help find a cure for this condition. Given the limitations we have faced this year we will extend this support into 2021 and hopefully we can raise even more for RAD than originally planned.”
The British Motorsport Marshals Club is the largest marshalling organisation in the world. Founded in 1957 the club still follows its original objectives of training and providing marshals for all forms of motor sport. The BMMC provides officials for all the organising clubs in the country. Events covered include Circuit racing, sprints, hill climbs, autotests, rallies, rallycross, autocross, trials, kart racing and many more.
The club has over 2,400 members, men and women from all walks of life. All are amateurs in as much as no financial reward is either sought or given, but at the same time they are professionals in their attitude to their marshalling.
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