Young British motor racing driver Oliver Webb has leant his support to Freedom to Go. Oliver used a Bailey Approach Advance 615 motorhome to assist his racing in the opening round of the World Endurance Championship (WEC), the prestigious 6 hours of Silverstone and the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Oli is pretty handy on the track, having started karting at the age of 9, placing 1st in his first ever Club kart race and taking 1st place in the 2003 Minimax Karting Championship. He went on to gain a place on the Formula BMW Scholarship Programme and raced in various single seater championships across the globe. He is the 2014 European LeMans series champion and this year will race for Team SARD-Morand in the WEC LMP2 category at some of the world’s most exciting circuits, against some of the biggest drivers and manufacturers in international motorsport.
Throughout 2015 Oliver will be blogging at freedomtogo.co.uk about his racing season and sharing his experience on how a leisure vehicle helps him achieve his goals, enhances his time at the track and how easy it is to get going in one – you don’t have to be racing driver!
Oli said: "Getting away from it all into the comforts of a motorhome walking distance from my garage is a saving grace, somewhere to relax, chat to family and team members and rest in peace between the heavy night stints at races like Le Mans. No more sleeping in the crates that the cars came in like we do in the Dubai 24hours!"