MillionPlus Private Finance‘s sponsored racing driver Rick Parfitt Jnr won twice at Snetterton race track last weekend, coming 1st in his class in both Rounds 5 and 6 of the British GT4 Championship. Rick is now leading the GT4 championship with the next round of the series at Brands Hatch on 10th and 11th August.
In Round 5, Rick Parfitt Jnr and his co-driver Ryan Ratcliffe recorded their first win of the season. After a daring first lap manoeuvre, the Optimum drivers finished with a commanding win of over 40 seconds from their nearest rivals. Round 6 was even more exciting; after losing 50 seconds in the first 5 laps due to an electrical fault, Rick fought back from behind to win the race by just 2.5 seconds with some inspired driving in the final laps.
Chief Executive of MillionPlus Private Finance Paul Welch comments:
“What an amazing weekend’s racing with our sponsored driver Rick Parfitt Jnr and his co-driver Ryan Ratcliffe. With a fantastic overtaking move in the first race and an outstanding fight back in the second race, Rick certainly gave our clients and business partners something to get excited about. MillionPlus Private Finance and Rick Parfitt Jnr are a winning team.”
If you would like to be at the centre of the action at Brands Hatch on 10th and 11th August 2013, call Paul Welch now on 020 7519 4960 or email him on firstname.lastname@example.org. Limited places are available now.
MillionPlus Private Finance is also supporting Rick in his fundraising work for the RPJ Crohn’s Foundation. As someone who has battled with Crohn’s Disease throughout his life, Rick started the foundation to raise funds to support the work of the National Association for Colitis and Crohn’s Disease (NACC). The foundation’s first fundraising event, the Rock Ball, took place in March 2010 and was a massive success raising lots of money for the charity. There have since been two subsequent Rock Balls and The Rock Ball 2013 plans to be the biggest and best yet. For more information on The RPJ Crohn’s Foundation or the Rock Ball please call 020 8941 6803 or email@example.com. Alternatively, you can donate much needed funds for research into Crohn’s Disease athttp://www.justgiving.com/RPJ-Crohns-Foundation.