Rally Preparation Service’s Lewis Ayris has teamed up with fundraiser Jane Elliot for this coming weekend’s Tin Cup Trial to raise money for the charity SeeSaw.
Lewis, who looks after the IT and E-Commerce side of Rally Preparation Services (RPS), will take to the wheel of an MG ZR Rally car with SeeSaw fundraiser Jane making her debut as a navigator on the two day event.
RPS adopted SeeSaw as its chosen charity in 2017, with the team even walking over fire to raise much needed funds for them to continue to provide support to children and youngsters from the Oxfordshire area who have suffered a bereavement.
The ‘Tin Cup’ is a year long championship for historic rally crews, to mark RPS celebrating a decade in business. The Oxfordshire based company has spent the past ten years working with cars and crews on some of the most prominent events in the historic motorsport industry.
The championship concludes on 21/22 July with a two day rally that will explore the best of the British countryside starting at the stunning Englefield Estate in Reading, heading across the Salisbury Plains and to Worthy Farm, for a unique test on the site of the legendary Glastonbury festival. After an overnight stay in Bath at the Bailbrook House Hotel, the crews will then head back to the Cotswolds with a final test at RPS HQ before reaching the finish line at Eynsham Hall.
RPS managing director Simon Ayris said: “To reach ten years in business and to have worked with so many like-minded enthusiasts all over the world needed to be celebrated – and what better way than to do more of what we enjoy.
“We’ve some great competition lined-up, a stunning route created by our good friend Kim Bannister, and a fantastic mix of cars.”
To donate to SeeSaw and the amazing work they do, please follow this link to our JustGiving page – www.justgiving.com/fundraising/rps-tincup
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