Businessman Mal Sandford has shown once again his active support to the Mirpuri Foundation, spreading its message in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the mythical sports car competition that will take place on June 16 and 17.
Sandford will participate in the Aston Martin Festival Race, marking the opening of the 24-hour competition. The Australian race driver branded his V8 car, an Aston Martin Vantage GT4 with 450 horsepower, with the Foundation’s logo in order to raise awareness to the organization’s values and mission.
This is not the first time Mal Sandford amplifies the Mirpuri Foundation´s practices for a better world throughout the grand sports car challenges as he has done it before in races around the globe in such iconic circuits as the Silverstone, Spa and Paul Ricard.
24 Hours of Le Mans is an event named after its host city, Le Mans, in France, and it is often referred to as “The Grand Prix of Endurance and Efficiency”.
Held annually since 1923, this is one of the oldest and most prestigious automobile competitions on the planet.
News — 22 Julho 2019
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