Hey everyone, Tommy here…
June 5th will mark ten years since I set up WTF1 and to celebrate our 10th anniversary, we’ll be holding a charity race to support the NHS Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospital.
Last year, my brother-in-law Tom sadly passed away after a long fight with heart disease. Without Harefield Hospital’s support we wouldn’t have had Tom in our lives for as long as he was, nor would his baby daughter be in this world.
Harefield are in desperate need of funds to help redevelopment of the hospital and we want to help them as much as we can.
Date – 5th June 2020
Races – Races – 45 minute F3 Sprint Race at Laguna Seca and a 90 minute GT race at Silverstone on iRacing
Endurance Race: 16:45 UK time
F3 Race: 19:15 UK time
Live stream available on the WTF1 YouTube Channel and The Race’s YouTube Channel.
Take part in the race…
Racing in the endurance race will require sign-up. Sign up here: https://bit.ly/wtf1racesignup
Drivers will be chosen at random, we will contact you if you’ve been awarded a place
Donate £3 to our fundraiser and you’ll automatically be entered into a draw, with three lucky winners being chosen to compete in the F3 race against real-world drivers and celebrities.
If you don’t fancy racing but would still like to get involved in the fundraising, there’s also the chance to win some awesome F1 prizes. We have signed caps to give away from McLaren, Renault, Haas, and Racing Point, as well as more prizes to be announced!
Donate £5 to our fundraiser and you’ll automatically be entered into a draw for a chance to win one of the prizes – you can even donate multiple times to boost your chances.
Tom was a huge F1 and WTF1 fan and we’d love to honour him by raising loads of money for the hospital that did so much for him. We hope you join us for the event next Friday and help us raise as much money as we can!
Whichever way you decide you’d like to support us, we’re immensely grateful. You, the fans, make WTF1 what it is, and we hope that we can continue to provide you with fun and entertaining coverage of this amazing sport for another 10 years – and beyond. Thank you!