​Thanks to James Wadham Images who supplied these pictures for me. You can find his website here.

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THE iconic motor racing photo.

Lodge corner at Oulton Park.

Thank you everyone at the HSCC and 

Oulton Park.

Motor Sport for MS are collecting with the full knowledge and the approval of the MS Society reg Charity No. 1139257


The loneliness of the 8mph scooter rider.

Silverstone 30th May 2016.

Motor Sport for MS releases its new theme tune.

Hear it here.

Listen to Noel and Rick being interviewed on Radio Northampton, launching an exciting link up with Ricks new Formula Ford race team. Racing for Noel & Racing for MS.

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27th April.

Well, what a surprise that was.

We have been named as the MS Society's 2018 'Fund Raiser of the Year' at their very glitzy awards ceremony.

Held at County Hall, London the awards were hosted by Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills.

My award was presented to me by MS Ambassador Stuart Nixon MBE.

I would like to thank everyone at the Society for putting on such a slick event and also the judging team who deemed that my little project was worthy of the award. I feel very humble.

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Setting lap times around the UK's Motor Sport venues

on an 8mph (ish) mobility scooter.

Raising money for the MS Society.

A day in the sun at Curborough Sprint.

Thanks to John Sheppard photography                              


17th June 2018.

On Sunday we managed to complete what we believe to be the only officially timed lap of a currently FIA licenced Formula 1 track.

A time of 24:34.604 gave me an average speed of 8.88mph.

Thanks to all of the friends who came along to help us collect, we managed to raise £555.88.

Thanks also go to everyone at the HSCC and Silverstone for allowing me to do the lap and also collect all around the circuit.


Last year I received a message from Catherine Strangeway. Catherine is a friend of mine, Steve Silver's Neice. 
She told me she had heard about our charity project and whilst doing her media course at Salford Uni she needed something 'different' to make a short documentary for her coursework about. Could she make a film about me and our Motor Sport for MS charity project?

She put her heart and soul into the filming and production. Twice she travelled down from Salford with all of the equipment to make this film.

We love it and I hope you all do too. Thanks, Cat.

Cat was awarded a well deserved 2:1


“Video Produced by Catherine Strangeway at the University of Salford”.

Brands Hatch 4th June 2016.