FIA World Touring Automobile Cup’s #RaceToCare campaign continues to assist within the warfare in opposition to COVID-19 after it made a donation of €15,000 to the Dunajská Streda sanatorium in Slovakia.
The usage of funds generated via its ‘€1 per racing kilometre’ initiative, plus donations from WTCR drivers, WTCR promoter Eurosport Events is making a appreciable monetary contribution to a sanatorium positioned shut to each and each circuit net hosting rounds of the WTCR in 2020.
Following a recommendation from the Slovakia Ring, the Dunajská Streda sanatorium within the metropolis of the same name used to be chosen because the most fashionable beneficiary of the WTCR’s extremely essential initiative, which is aiming to grab €100,000 by the cease of the season within the warfare in opposition to COVID-19.
Yann Ehrlacher, the leader of the FIA WTCR forward of this weekend’s deciding rounds for the Cyan Racing Lynk & Co team, outlined why he and a want of his racing competitors are supporting the #RaceToCare campaign.
“This year is no longer love each and each diversified racing year,” Ehrlacher stated. “The global pandemic has modified all people’s lives and if I’m merit no longer off target it’s as a result of your total men and girls of the healthcare organisations all around the realm. The FIA WTCR family wanted to manufacture something to issue thank you and that is why we have now created the #RaceToCare programme because it’s now our turn to care.”
Esteban Guerrieri, who has more WTCR wins than any of his competitors and is 2d within the standings for ALL-INKL.COM Münnich Motorsport, stated: “The FIA WTCR family wanted to manufacture something to issue thank you so for every and each kilometre no longer off target I will even donate one euro to the campaign.”
What is the WTCR’s #RaceToCare?
In strengthen of the FIA’s #PurposeDriven circulate to return to racing with a clear intention, WTCR promoter Eurosport Events will donate €1 for every and each kilometre completed by each and each all-season driver in each and each qualifying session and flee in 2020. Drivers and diversified people of the WTCR community, plus stakeholders will be offered the assorted to manufacture identical donations with the intention of raising €100,000 by the cease of the season. For more files on the WTCR’s #RaceToCare programme click right here. To search out out more regarding the FIA’s #PurposeDriven circulate and the call to action, click right here.