Lewis Fox races against dementia!

Posted on the 7th November 2018

Last weekend at Silverstone, Lewis Fox competed for the Walter Hayes Trophy, proudly displaying the Race Against Dementia logos on his car.

The Mercedes F1 employee achieved his goal for the event by reaching the Grand Final, and in doing so raised over £400 for RAD.

Lewis’s mum was diagnosed with dementia in 2015 at just 61 years old. Motorsport has always been a huge part of his family, and he is doing what he can to support our cause.

His efforts were also covered by his local paper, The Bucks Herald, providing us with further excellent publicity.

Thanks Lewis and the best of luck with your next race!

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