Chevron Cars will join forces with Mission Motorsport at Silverstone, having introduced the charity to the GT Cup Championship at the beginning of the year.
Since the opening round of the season, Mission Motorsport branding has been seen on every single car in the GT Cup, and will continue to do so for the remaining three rounds of the season at Silverstone, Snetterton and Donington Park.
In addition to Chevron bringing three cars to the Silverstone round, driven by Jordan and David Witt and Darren Nelson, Chevron will also have two service personnel as beneficiaries of Mission Motorsport supporting the team throughout the weekend in the garage.
“As a team, we are looking forward to not only returning to Silverstone to race but also to ramping up the amount of involvement Chevron has with Mission Motorsport,” said David Witt, owner of Chevron Cars Ltd. “In our garage, both Dean Williams and Dean Morris will be with us, shadowing our mechanics responsible for overseeing the GT3 and GT4, which Jordan and I will be driving respectively.”
“It’s a wonderful opportunity that Chevron is offering Mission Motorsport in relation to the GT Cup series,” added former Army Major and Relationship Manager at Mission Motorsport, Adam Marchant-Wincott. “Our aim as a charity is to provide vocational experiences that offer hope and a bright and exciting future for wounded, injured and sick personnel. And I certainly think working with Chevron ticks that box for our beneficiaries.”