Bentley Boys barter 4 Wheels for dual in epic Charity Challenge

Posted on 30. Apr, 2015 by in Volkswagen Canada

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• 170-mile, 12-hour cycling gift plea in assist of Care2Save
• From a home of Bentley in Crewe to M-Sport in Cumbria
• Funds lifted to support Care2Save’s idea of improving palliative care
• Successful Bentley motorsport programme continues tellurian enlargement in 2015

Bentley Boys Guy Smith, Andy Meyrick and Steven Kane are endeavour a team’s second 12-hour plea of a 2015 engine racing deteriorate – usually this time they are relying on pedal rather than horsepower.

On May 1st a Bentley Team M-Sport automobile #7 drivers will set off on an epic 170-mile gift bike ride. The track will see them pedal north by Cheshire, onwards into Lancashire, by a alpine Lake District and on to Cockermouth, Cumbria, all in a bid to lift supports for Care2Save – a palliative caring charity.

Commencing during 5am, a tour starts during a home of Bentley in Crewe where Bentley Motorsport is based. The track culminates during M-Sport domicile in Cockermouth, Cumbria, where a Continental GT3 cars are competition prepared. With an approaching 5pm finish, a 12-hour float will form a pivotal partial of a team’s earthy training regime.

Created by a fundraising group during St Luke’s Hospice, Cheshire, Care2Save provides supports to urge hospice and palliative caring around a world. Andrea Fragata Ladeira, CEO of Care2Save, said: “Bentley has upheld St Luke’s Hospice for many years. The hospice has in spin offering support to Bentley staff and their families during really formidable times. Care2Save allows us to work in partnership not usually to safeguard St Luke’s has a fast destiny though to rise value in palliative caring over a locality in a wider world.”

Le Mans-winning Bentley Boy, Guy Smith, added: “Training together forms an constituent partial of a credentials for a racing season, both physically and mentally. The competition from Bentley’s home in Cheshire to M-Sport in Cumbria seemed an good approach to incorporate training while ancillary a inestimable internal cause, Care2Save.”

To unite a Bentley Boys and assistance Care2Save with their conspicuous work, greatfully revisit www.justgiving.com/BentleyBoys/ and make a donation.

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