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Have your BBV10s questions answered and support Blood Cancer UK

by Jack Cozens
2 min read

The Race will release a special bonus episode of our Bring Back V10s classic F1 podcast to help raise funds for our charity partner, Blood Cancer UK.

Fans of the show can ask us anything they like for a special episode, and all you have to do to get your question included is to submit it as a comment with a donation of any amount on our Blood Cancer UK JustGiving page.

In a twist from our usual episodes, fans can ask us about any era of F1 history, so this is your chance to get us talking about the years before and after 1989-2005, as well as any questions about the V10 era.

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Bring Back V10s host Glenn Freeman, who was diagnosed with a form of Blood Cancer in 2019, said: “The fundraising The Race Media has been doing this year for Blood Cancer UK has felt incredibly special to me, and it seems fitting to make this effort to help a charity that is so close to my heart with the podcast that our team and I have so much fun putting together.

“People often ask us if we’ll venture into other areas of F1 history, so now is your chance! Hopefully we will still get plenty of questions about our beloved V10 era too, but if DFVs, ’80s turbos, V8s or even hybrids are your thing, we’d be delighted to talk about them and to help a great cause along the way.

“The work carried out by charities like Blood Cancer UK not only provides support to patients, which I have been very grateful for in recent years, but they also help fund crucial research that is genuinely saving lives.

“That might sound like a cliche, but to put it into some context, if I’d been diagnosed with Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia during F1’s V10 era, I almost certainly wouldn’t still be here. Thanks to the progress that’s been made, I’m very fortunate to be living a normal life today.

“That’s the difference we can make by supporting places like Blood Cancer UK, which has been funding research, saving lives and supporting patients since 1960.

“If we receive enough questions over the next week or so, we’ll make sure we release this special episode before the end of the year, as a fitting warm-up to our seventh series that launches in January.”

To submit your question and to support The Race’s fundraising efforts for Blood Cancer UK, visit our JustGiving page and leave your question as a comment when you donate. Thanks for your support!

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