Syvecs charity auction on behalf of Mission Motorsport

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Syvecs Ltd are fortunate to work in partnership with some of the most prestigious garages from all over the globe, with many of these garages holding world records titles and pushing motorsport boundaries with their cars/bikes & boats.

However it was FPerformance Garage in Dubai who where kind enough to host the team from The Grand Tour for their series finale.

The episode climax came in the form of a street race between a Porsche 918, driven admirably by Richard Hammond,  and the now infamous Nissan Patrol.

Amazon Prime The Grand Tour Clip

The show presenters: Jeremy Clarkson, James May & Richard Hammond all volunteered to sign one of our tshirts with the purpose of it being auctioned off for charity. 

The charity of choice was one very close to our hearts and came in the form of Mission Motorsports, a UK based charity that is dedicated to  help veterans wounded whilst on military operations. 

The Charity:

Mission Motorsport’s aim:

“The Aim of Mission Motorsport is to aid in the recovery and rehabilitation of those affected by military operations, by providing opportunities through Motorsport.”

“Through participation in competition, our strong team ethos helps to inspire and rebuild confidence; while the development of skills including mechanical competencies, logistics, and management all build capacity for a brighter future.”

We hope that this auction will raise a princly sum to enable the team at Mission Motorsport to help more veterans not only get behind the wheel but also provide vocational training to help provide them with a way of putting their passion to good use.

Should you wish to donate outside of this auction, please feel free to visit their donation page located here: Mission Motorsport Page

 Many thanks for taking time to read the above. 

Team Syvecs. 

£ 410
The Grand Tour signed Syvecs Tshirt
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