Now speed demon Don Wales wants to use the sport to fight prostate cancer, and he wants you to join him.
Almost a hundred E-type sports cars are set to tour Britain on the latest 'Round Britain Coastal Drive' to raise awareness and money for us on a 19-day, 4,000-mile road-trip of a lifetime. We meet some of the drivers and a very special guest at a rain-swept start-line on the Welsh coast.
The longest reigning cruiserweight world champion of all time, Johnny Nelson chats to us about cars, confidence and why prostate cancer is a cause close to his heart before his appearance at the Celebrity Challenge Trophy race at this weekend’s Silverstone Classic.
Four-time World Super-Middleweight boxing champion Carl Froch is the latest big name from the worlds of sport, showbiz, music and media to join the star-studded Celebrity Challenge Trophy grid at this summer’s Silverstone Classic, racing to raise funds and awareness for Prostate Cancer UK.
An insurance company has a 1969 Mini restored to its former glory, before auctioning it to raise vital funds and awareness of the most common cancer in men.
Hospital consultant Julian O’Neill is taking part in the inaugural Jaguar E-type Round Britain Coastal Drive – which starts today – in aid of Prostate Cancer UK, joining the route for the Bridlington to Cromer leg. He tells us about his own experiences of the disease and how he hopes the money he raises will help improve future diagnosis and treatment.
Founder of the international E-type Club, Philip Porter, talks about his own brush with prostate cancer and why he’s hoping the Round Britain Coastal Drive he's helped organise in September will raise awareness of the disease among a high-risk group of men.
Awareness speaker, Phil Ormesher, will be taking part in the inaugural Jaguar E-type Round Britain Coastal Drive, joining the route for the Blackpool-to-Carlisle leg. We caught up with him to find out why he decided to take part and how he hopes the rally will drive conversation about prostate cancer among the over 50s.
We're teaming up with the world's biggest classic motor racing festival to get our message not to ignore prostate cancer to more than a hundred-thousand car-loving men and their families over the next three years.
More than 30,000 dapperly dressed men in 79 countries are expected to take part in this weekend’s Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride, raising hundreds-of-thousands-of-pounds for Prostate Cancer UK.