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PUBLISHED: 14:24 02 December 2009 | UPDATED: 11:16 23 August 2010

A TOP motor racer has pledged his support to the Kent Air Ambulance Trust. Father-of-two Tony Gilham, from Dartford, will carry the charity s logo on his Porsche Carrera racing car for the entirety of the coming season. Mr Gilham, 30, who is preparing f

A TOP motor racer has pledged his support to the Kent Air Ambulance Trust.

Father-of-two Tony Gilham, from Dartford, will carry the charity's logo on his Porsche Carrera racing car for the entirety of the coming season.

Mr Gilham, 30, who is preparing for his third season in the Pro-am1 Carrera Cup championship, finished fourth last year.

He said: "I truly believe that the Kent Air Ambulance Trust logo is going to bring me luck next season. It's a fantastic charity that genuinely does vital work in our county, so I'm really pleased to be able to help raise awareness for such a great cause.

"I know so many people who watch the racing at Brands Hatch have many links to the cause whether it's fundraising or personal, so it's a great partnership.

"With my pink and green car speeding around racing circuits up and down Britain at 180mph, I hope the Kent Air Ambulance will get some great coverage.


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