Harding in charity run with Rallyme
Rally GB organiser Tim Harding will make his rally debut this weekend on the Adgespeed Stages at Three Sisters Circuit near Wigan, raising money for charity.
John Goff of Rallyme has entered Harding and will provide a car as a thank you for his commitment to rallying and lengthy service both on Rally GB and on national events.
Harding lost his wife, Susie, to cancer, and will use the event to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Rallyme ran Tony Simpson’s Ford Fiesta ST to the BRC4 championship this year, and Simpson’s partner, Heather Gibbons, will make her rally debut in the co-driver’s seat for Harding. The pair will compete in a Volkswagen Polo.
“He does an awful lot, he’s one of the unsung heroes of the sport who doesn’t ask for much in return,” said Goff. “He lost his wife so tragically and so quickly and he has two teenage lads.
“He’s always said ‘I’d love to do what you do’ so I thought I can’t do much in life but I can make this happen.”
To donate to rallyme’s fundraising efforts, visit justgiving.com/fundraising/ john-goff.
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