The One Nine Four Six Marshals Association, have recently handed over a helmet filled with famous autographs to help raise money for CRY (Cardiac risk in the young).
Yesterday Sian Meddell and One Nine Four Six Marshals Association Chairman, Shaun Dalton made the trip to Hornsea to hand over the signed helmet to Rich and Donna Fell.
Rich and Donna’s son Josh sadly passed away aged 15 in 2011 from SADS and since they’ve actively raised money for the CRY charity. Josh’s story
To date over £160,000 pounds has been raised for CRY with the money used to fund heart screenings for 14-35 year old’s. It costs £10,000 pounds to screen at minimum 200 people.
Photo courtesy of Rich Fell
The One Fine Four Six Marshals Association supplied helmet which is hoped to raise more vitally important funds, is signed by former, current racers including the following:
Andy Hayes – Oliver’s Mount Racing joint director
Mick Grant – Seven times TT winner
Eddie Roberts – Oliver’s Mount Racing joint director
Brad Vicars – 2017 Newcomers A Manx GP winner
Ian Lougher – Ten times TT winner
Keith Pringle – Southern 100, Oliver’s Mount winner
Ian Hutchinson – 16 times TT winner
Dan Linfoot – BSB race winner
Ivan Lintin – Twice Lightweight TT victor
David Jackson – Dundrod 150 winner, Scarborough Gold Cup podium finisher
Dominic Herbertson – 2018 Junior Classic TT winner
Dean Harrison – 2019 Senior TT winner
There’s overall 24 signatures on the helmet from racers, all round great pure road racing ambassadors which I’m sure would be an absolute must for any road racing, bike racing enthusiast.
Words by Stevie Rial