For Walking With The Wounded supporters who are also keen fans of motor sport the weekend was an exciting one! Chelsea AutoLegends took place at The Royal Hospital in Chelsea and saw over 500 classic and contemporary cars and bikes bathed in sunshine on the lawns of the world-famous home of the Chelsea Pensioners.
For those eagle-eyed fans of motor sport who also caught the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Spa, Belgium, you may well have noticed the debut of Walking With The Wounded!
Our logo was featured on the Marussia F1 Team cars, driven by Timo Glock and Charles Pic.
“To be involved with such a fantastic sport on such a high-profile occasion as the Belgian Grand Prix is great for the charity. We’re proud to have made our F1 debut and thanks to LDC for organising it!” – Fergus Williams, Operations Director at Walking With The Wounded
The partnership was the first appearance of the Walking With The Wounded logo on an F1 car but the day was one of mixed emotions for the British drivers. Lewis Hamilton fell victim to a multi-car crash on the first corner, Paul di Resta finished 10th and Jenson Button led from the very start to take the chequered flag and stand atop the podium.