Britain’s No2 ranked downhiller Crawford Carrick-Anderson, has joined Claudia Schiffer, David Ginola, Kevin Keegan and Sir Stirling Moss in sketching a dream car for charity. The finished designs are featured at the British International Motor Show 2000.
All the drawings, will be auctioned to raise money for BEN, the motor and cycle industry’s benevolent fund. Carrick-Anderson, who is profoundly deaf, is currently ranked second in the UK and 10th in the world, said:
“It’s great to be able to support BEN, which helps people in the motor andcycle industries who are no longer able to support themselves or theirfamilies due to accident or illness. I’m deaf but because I’ve grown up with it I’ve been able to find the perfect career to suit my skills, for those who have an accident mid-way through their lives it must be very difficult.”
Downhiller more interested in driving than pedalling shocker
If the car element doesn’t put you off hit the showsite for more information or head for the
NEC in Birmingham this week.