SMITH OFFERS RARE PRIZE TO RAISE MARATHON FUNDS FOR CHARITY

Donating crash helmet to lucky donor toward London Marathon effort

2010-04-17

Guy Smith runs in the Virgin London Marathon on Sunday 25 April and the 2003 Le Mans 24 Hour race winner is offering the chance for race fans to win his American Le Mans Series crash helmet from last year.

The Yorkshireman is running the streets of central London for the British Racing Driver’s Club (BRDC) team and raising money for the children’s cancer charity, CLIC Sargent.

Guy, competing in his first ever marathon, is donating a crash helmet to the person who comes closest in predicting his finishing time.

“To enter just log on and make a donation, giving their name and state they are supporting me and guesstimate my time,” said Smith. “Whoever is the closest wins the helmet but all donations and time entries must be entered before the race starts.”

To enter log on to www.justgiving.com/BRDC-marathon-legends and donate a minimum of £20 or $30.

Guy wore the Bell helmet throughout last year’s ALMS season with the Dyson Racing team.

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