Ring Automotive has donated two of its MAGflex inspection lamps to the Jersey eRally charity prize draw, which raised money for Philip's Footprints and the Gareth Roberts Memorial Fund.
Named after the real-life competitive rally taking place on the island, the Jersey eRally saw competitors take to the virtual stages on Codemasters’ DiRT Rally 2.0, with a prize raffle taking place post-event, with over 200 participants taking part.
Jersey eRally competitors raised funds for Philip’s Footprints, a Channel Islands-based charity that supports bereaved parents and antenatal services, and the Gareth Roberts Memorial Fund, which supports rally crews hospitalised or forced to miss work because of injuries they’ve sustained while competing.
Ben Buesnel, Jersey eRally event director, said, “We’re delighted to have raised such important funds for our two charities. The event was a great success and we’re really grateful to Ring for adding two brilliant prizes to the draw.”
The draw offered various rally-related prizes, including autographed overalls from former European rally champion Chris Ingram, signed prints from rally legends Nicky Grist and Juha Kankkunen, and world rally championship star Thierry Neuville, plus sim racing gloves and various branded rally merchandise.
The raffle raised over £1,000 for the two charities with Ring Automotive adding two of its MAGflex inspection lamps as prizes, including the MAGflex Slim 500, which offers 500 lumens of output and multi-angled light to shine where needed most.
Ring’s contribution also included a MAGflex MINI 250, which features output of 250 lumens, with a robust housing to withstand tough working environments.
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