Noel Wilson, Motor Sport for MS.
Our Motor Sport for MS theme tune.
Click the photo for the theme tune and video.
WHERE IT ALL STARTED.
The loneliness of the 8mph scooter rider.
Silverstone 30th April 2016.
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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.
ACHIEVEMENTS SINCE WE STARTED MS4MS
19 Official Race Circuit laps.
3 Hill Climbs
2 Drag Strips
1 Kart Circuit
1 Sprint Course
4 Short Ovals
1 1½ Mile Oval
1 Rally Day, Rockingham Stages.
2 Road Courses-
Both Isle of Man TT and Southern 100
4 Vehicle Festivals
1 Car Show
1 58 mile Endurance Event
1 Car Port sale
2 Golf Charity days
That’s 46 events in all.
Total mileage on venues 26.5284 miles.
That equates to £1,567 per mile raised!
Follow us on.
THE iconic motor racing photo.
Lodge corner at Oulton Park.
Thank you everyone at the HSCC and
Below is an interview I did with BBC 3 Counties Radio after getting back from Lydden Hill.
Motor Sport for MS are collecting with the full knowledge and the approval of the MS Society reg Charity No. 1139257
as at 27/02/2020
HOW MUCH HAVE WE RAISED SO FAR?
A day in the sun at Curborough Sprint.
Thanks to John Sheppard photography
WE HAVE DONE IT.
The final corner of the final circuit.
Lydden Hill, Sunday 21st October 2018 marked the end of a major journey.
Thank you to everyone who helped in any way to make this happen.
27th April 2018.
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 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.
Well, it's all done.
I have achieved my dream of setting an official lap time on every mainland MSA licenced race circuit.
I, along with many other people never thought I would get this 'Bloody Silly Idea' off the ground let alone manage to set 29 official lap times on fully licenced circuits!
Along the way, we have picked up the accolade of winning the MS Societies coveted '2018 Fundraiser of the year award' and raised almost £41,000 for the Central MS Society along with my local MS Group and the Peterborough MS Group via my old mate Steve Markham.
Steve, who along with his wife Ann assisted my self and my wife Karen, in initially setting up MS4MS has spent 2019 as the Captain of the senior section of the Rutland County Golf Club and has been involved in various fundraising events at the club including the Captains Day Golf Tournament.
Steve and the Committee of the Seniors Section raised £6,029 which was handed via MS4MS to the Peterborough MS Group at the Golf Clubs Senior Section AGM in November.
Well done to everyone who has put any effort of any kind into the MS4MS team and thanks to you all.