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SEAN EDWARDS MEMORIAL BIKE RIDE 2017

The Sean Edwards Foundation is hosting the 4th Annual Memorial Bike Ride at 9am on the 23rd of May meeting at the Grimaldi forum to ride on the street of Monaco, in honor of Sean and raise awareness for the need for Safety Education in Motorsport and road safety.

Sean’s friends and fellow drivers, including Formula 1 drivers and GT drivers, who now continue to ride in his remembrance and in support of the foundation that carries his name, established the event in 2014. Well-known names who took part in 2016 were Eddie Jordan, Jenson Button, Daniel Ricciardo, Brendon Hartley, Alex Wurz, Paul Di Resta, Francesco Castellacci, Maro Engel and Lucas di Grassi.

SEF has continued to honor Sean since it was established in 2014 and works tirelessly towards making vital educational changes for driver and circuit safety where Sean lost his life. Sean was killed in Australia on October 15, 2013. He was coaching a rookie driver from the passenger seat when the car left the track and hit a concrete wall. Sean was just 26 years old but had already achieved so much within his short motorsport career. Several factors contributed to Sean’s death, but had simple safety procedures been in place Sean would undoubtedly be doing the one thing that he loved most and that was competing against his peers in Motorsport.

By supporting the SEF Memorial Bike ride you will be helping the Sean Edwards Foundation to promote safety education with in Motorsport industry.

EVENT INFORMATION

When: Tuesday 23rd May 2017 - 9.00AM
Start: In front of the Grimaldi Forum (10 Av. Princesse Grace, 98000 Monaco)
Finish: Ventimiglia Café

If you would like to participate and ride with the F1 and GT drivers towards safety in Motorsport please Register on: http://store.seanedwardsfoundation.com/

We have just learned from Tim Schenken in Australia the sad news that Life Member Neil Crang died on the 20th July at the age of 70.
The Club Office has just learned that one of our oldest Members, Mike Oliver, died last Wednesday, 15th July. He was 99 years old and had been a Full Member since 1949.
As many Members may have already heard, Ron Tauranac passed away peacefully in his sleep on 17 July. He was 95 years of age and had been an Honorary Member of the BRDC since 1971.
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