Public sale of Castrol Racing Supercars bonnet to present most cancers the boot


The bonnet of Castrol Racing’s no.55 Mustang will go beneath the hammer for charity this weekend.

Having survived his personal most cancers battle and now racing full-time, Supercars driver Thomas Randle desires to present again by elevating funds for the Peter MacCallum Most cancers Basis, auctioning the bonnet by means of Lloyds Auctions on Sunday.

The Supercar has been remodeled in a customized purple livery as a part of the fundraising initiative, following its race on the 2022 Sandown Supersprint in Melbourne on the weekend.

“This bonnet is genuinely one-of-a-kind, because it raced with the particular Peter Mac livery I raced at Sandown just lately as a part of a fundraiser for ONTrac,” mentioned Thomas Randle, Supercars driver of the no.55 Mustang for Tickford Racing.

“The bonnet will make a incredible addition to 1 fan’s storage or man cave, they usually’ll be joyful to know that their buy will go completely to bettering the lives of younger folks with most cancers.”

Lloyds Auctions chief operations officer Lee Hames mentioned the occasion would elevate funds for a much-needed trigger.

“We really feel privileged to be auctioning the no.55 Supercar,” he added.

“All proceeds raised from this public sale will likely be donated on to the Peter MacCallum Most cancers Basis, serving to the muse and the Peter Mac staff attempt for a cancer-free future.”

Peter MacCallum Most cancers Basis’s ONTrac service offers take care of adolescents and younger adults affected by most cancers.

The no.55 bonnet will go beneath the hammer on Sunday 28 August from 7pm.


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