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Mission Motorsport
The Forces' Motorsport Charity Proudly delivering recovery sport, vocational training and careers in Automotive for the Armed Forces Community
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James Cameron 9h
Celebrating Cambrai in Helmand, in the middle of an IED field, and between the vehicles - because snipers. Will decided to get blown up and go home early a couple of weeks after this.
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Glenn Haughton OBE MBA Nov 18
1. Men cry 2. Men struggle 3. Men find it hard to talk 4. Men find it hard to share 5. Men have MH issues 6. Men suffer stress 7. Men have anxiety 8. Men die by suicide 9. It’s not unmanly to struggle 10 Men should not suffer in silence
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Mission Motorsport 23h
Happy November 19th, everyone.
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Gold Track Nov 18
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Dave Mallam Nov 18
Just read it, fantastic article!
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Mission Motorsport Nov 18
Why did Indycar legend just race an MX-5? , that's why. Wonderful stuff from Autosport
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Mission Motorsport Nov 15
“We didn’t — and don’t — generate revenue through the event. It’s a loudspeaker for what we do.” Quite the loudspeaker. Please, help us get that message out there. Nick Trott writes for The Sunday Times:
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Mission Motorsport Nov 17
Well done Sue!
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James Cameron Nov 17
Seen this week's ? It is sensational. On the bookshelves until Thursday. Some may be able to access via
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Ralph Hosier Nov 15
If you find politics a bit depressing right now, why not cheer yourself up with an engine upgrade and re-map from us? Ok, marketing is not my strong point, but modifying cars is. Contact the workshop for a chat about your project: mod@rhel.co.uk
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Helen J-G Nov 15
Incredibly proud to have been one of the 353.
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Anne Segalini Nov 15
A remarkable mission: On track at Race of Remembrance 2019. A great event a very humbling experience. thank you for mentioning Occupational Therapy ⁦
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Matt Biggs Nov 15
This is brilliant, piece on The Race of Remembrance by , well, about really; what an incredible organisation and bunch of people.
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James Cameron Nov 15
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Mission Motorsport Nov 15
“We didn’t — and don’t — generate revenue through the event. It’s a loudspeaker for what we do.” Quite the loudspeaker. Please, help us get that message out there. Nick Trott writes for The Sunday Times:
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Cat McCann Nov 15
Proud to be one of the pit/paddock marshal team! Sign me up for next year - I'll bring even more tablet!
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BMMC Nov 15
Glad to be part of such an excellent and inspiring event!
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Anne Segalini Nov 15
DMRC Stanford Hall Occupational Therapists admiring view before Race of Remembrance begins. Volunteering their OT skills Supporting Veterans & Serving Personnel in motor racing.
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Alice Scanlon Nov 15
Replying to @ot_annie @MM_RoR and 4 others
Please can I join you next year 💚
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James Cameron Nov 15
considering that this is a club event - no supporting races, in Anglesey, in November - it rather flies in the face of accepted wisdom about volunteering. It is to be celebrated... lessons can be drawn.
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