Chain Reaction Cycles’ Head of Strategic Management Maurice Donaldson is currently having the drive of his life as he joins UK broadcaster, Chris Evans, and seven others on a tour of the south of England in some of the most revered Ferraris ever made.
The Children in Need Magnificent Seven, Drive & Dine Extravaganza is an annual event which has helped raise over £1.5 million pounds already this year for the UK charity, a cause that CRC were very happy to support . Chris Evans’ BBC2 Breakfast Show broadcast live from the Magnificent Seven this morning, starting at his garage at 6.30am before setting off for The New Forest via Pink Floyd’s Nick Mason's house and Laverstoke Park.
CRC’s Lola O’Hare said: “The work that Children in Need do in changing the lives of disadvantaged children and young people in the UK is phenomenal. We bidded on a place at the Magnificent Seven Drive last year and gave Maurice the honour of taking part for all the hard work he does for the company. It also helps that he’s a massive Ferrari petrol head!”