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Chevron Cars On A Mission In GT Cup
Helping Wounded Service Personnel

The opening round of the GT Cup at Donington (report coming soon) was notable for more than just its resurgent grid size, as it also marked the start of a season-long programme that will see Chevron Cars providing support to Mission Motorsport; enabling wounded, injured and sick service veteran personnel to become involved with the Chevron team at all the rounds of the Championship.

“It’s a great association that we are developing with Mission Motorsport, and a fantastic charity to support," said Chevron Cars owner David Witt. "It was a pleasure to meet all of the service personnel in attendance and we are proud to be working with such a worthy charitable organisation.”

All cars competing in the GT Cup will carry Mission Motorsport branding throughout the season.

l-r Mission Motorsport founder Major Jim Cameron, David Witt, Jordan Witt

“The guiding principle behind Mission Motorsport is to seek, through the automotive and motorsport industries, vocational opportunities to try and provide hope and a bright and exciting future for wounded, injured and sick personnel," said former Army Major, Adam Marchant-Wincott, Relationship Manager at Mission Motorsport.

“We have had a fabulous weekend and are immensely grateful to David Witt and the whole Chevron team for the support they are giving to Mission Motorsport. We hope that, through our work, aided by the generosity of Chevron and the GT Cup community, we can continue to provide recovery activities and, in the longer term, vocational opportunities in motor sport for our wounded, injured and sick service and veteran personnel. 
“This weekend enabled 15 individuals to get a greater insight and understanding into motor sport and over the coming months, with Chevron's support, we will deliver the same for many more.
“All at Mission Motorsport offer their deepest gratitude to Chevron and the GT Cup organisers for this chance to support serving, and former serving, armed forces personnel in conjunction with this championship.”