The 23-hour race will raise funds for mental health charity Mind, and will once again be held around Zoldar within iRacing. It will run between 10th and 11th December.
Jimmy Broadbent’s at it again, raising money for mental health charity Mind, through the organising and running of a 23-hour, multi-class, iRacing event.
The fourth Race for Mental Health will take place on the 10th and 11th of December, starting at 3 pm GMT on Saturday and concluding at 2 pm GMT on Sunday.
Last year the event raised at least £46,000 and was broadcast live on RaceSpot TV. This time around, the race will be held in memory of sim racer Fabian Van Dooren (AKA HyAcey), a driver for Impulse Racing who sadly lost their life earlier this year.
The aim is to raise money for Mind, in a bid to raise awareness of mental health issues and help those suffering come forward.
Team entries are £15, with all proceeds going to Mind – however, within minutes of the event announcement, all positions were filled.
Once again, the venue is Zolder and this time around the cars will be: Global Mazda MX-5 Cup, Kia Optima and SuperCars Holden V8. Donations are now open online.
Image: By CammieRacing, via Jimmy Broadbent