Academy Motorsport raising the awareness of Scope in British GT

Wednesday, September 09, 2015

Academy Motorsport's Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT4 driver Will Moore (together with his co driver Dennis Strandberg) will be using this weekends finale of the 2015 British GT Series at Donington to help raise the public awareness of Scope - a charitable organisation specifically set up to help those with any physical impairment or learning disability.

Gone has the more traditional silver and black look normally associated with both cars in the team in favour of the shade of the purple of the Scope organisation, which will certainly make the car stand out on live Motors TV during the two hour race on Sunday 13th September.

Without knowing any more of the link up I'm sure that there will be a collection box near the team garage over the weekend where those attending the race can help contribute during the event - for others further information about the workings of the charity and ways people can help can be found here or for greatly received donations here

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