LG G6 review Samsung Galaxy S8 Apple iPhone X Samsung Galaxy Note 8 HTC U 11 Sony Xperia L1
LG G6 review Samsung Galaxy S8 Apple iPhone X Samsung Galaxy Note 8 HTC U 11 Sony Xperia L1
  2017 NEWS APPLE CANON FUJIFILM HTC HUAWEI LG MOTOROLA NIKON NINTENDO NOKIA OLYMPUS PANASONIC PENTAX SAMSUNG SONY  
Apple iPhone
 
     
Powered by True
Counted by OneStat.com
Mark Peters : August 2nd 2007 - 13:32 CET

Dunlop photo book to sponsor Motorsport safety fund


Digital Review Test Appareil Photo Numerique Prueba camara digital Camera Review Dijital Kamera Incelemeleri Digitalkamera Test Digitalkamera
NewsDunlop photo book to sponsor Motorsport safety fund : Dunlop Tyres are appealing for motoring enthusiasts to submit digital photography for inclusion in a coffee-table photobook encapsulating the thrill of the drive. The photography book will then be sold to raise money for the Motorsport Safety Fund which helps aid improvements in safety standards at motorsport events. James Bailey of Dunlop Tyres said: “We really want to produce a photobook that celebrates the best and most emotive elements of car driving. We know that many driving enthusiasts are also passionate about photography and we would like to give them the chance to see their work in print. The closing date for entries is 31st August 2007.
Dunlop photo book to sponsor Motorsport safety fundDunlop Tyres - Motorsport Safety Fund
“It might be a specific model of car, some on-track action, a street scene, celebrating fans at a BTCC event or a view of a fantastic drive - we want drivers to send us images of whatever they are passionate about. “The Motorsport Safety Fund is a fitting and worthy charity for Dunlop to link with on this project with a cause that is very close to our heart.”




Dunlop Photography book
The photo book will also include images from celebrity driving enthusiasts and racing drivers alongside driving tips and motoring tales. Among the project’s supporters are Sky News and Vroom Vroom presenter Jon Desborough, ITV 4’s Used Car Roadshow presenter and champion Rally driver Penny Mallory, Deals On Wheels presenter Mike Brewer and Pimp My Ride host / Radio 1 DJ Tim Westwood.

Motorsport Safety Fund supported by Dunlop Tyres
Chief executive, Stuart Turner said: "The Motorsport Safety Fund is delighted that Dunlop are supporting the fund with this book capturing the spirit of the sport. We will devote any funds raised from it to helping keep the sport safe through films and publications for the countless volunteers who help make it happen." The Motorsport Safety Fund is a registered charity formed in 1974 to help improve safety in motorsport. It does this through the annual Watkins Lecture and various publications and films on marshalling, fire fighting, rescue and first aid.

Dunlop Tyres
It all started in 1888, when a small boy struggled to ride a tricycle with solid rubber wheels. John Boyd Dunlop grew tired of watching his son struggle with the cumbersome tires and patented his own design - marking the birth of what we now know as today’s modern-day tire. The legend grew by leaps and bounds - and RPMs. What started as a tricycle tire grew to become a racing radial for 200 mph motorsport vehicles, way ahead of the times. The Dunlop name became as popular in racing circles as that notorious checkered flag. So here we are today, thriving on that motorsports heritage. Blending the latest technology with OE experience. Taking everything we learn on the race tracks and incorporating it into tires for the most discerning drivers.





   To submit an image for possible inclusion visit
   TT Assen
   Guinness Beer photos
   Next  Fraunhofer Institute develops facial analysis system
   Previous  XO B4 laptop from One Laptop per Child
   News by brand:News
   News by category:Contest & Giveaway
   News by brand and category:News Contest & Giveaway


Android smartphone
Latest News announcements
Are we witnessing the downfall of the flagship phone?
World's First Medical Smart Watch unveiled in Taiwan
Virtual Reality app for Learning Languages
Technology festival: London Tech Week 2017
Innovative smartphone charging purse for woman
Drone World Expo 2017
Drone selfie camera integrates with smartphone
Are camera phones a thing of the past?
Why smartphones will never replace cameras
Sevenhugs Smart Remote control
Drone World Expo 2016
Ceramic Wireless Bluetooth Speaker
Katy Perry Prismatic World Tour
Waterproof Bluetooth portable speaker
Analog watches with built-in activity tracker
 
Latest news headlines
Apple Pay Cash coming to Europe
Dutch startup will change Li-Ion battery industry
Popular holiday toys in 2017
Huawei Mate 10 Pro specs surface
Samsung Premier Cinema LED screen
Panasonic Lumix GH5 review with firmware v2.0
Sony PlayStation VR headset released
Huawei EnVizion 360 VR Camera
New BlackBerry phone coming up
Honor 6C Pro surfaces
Huawei Pay mobile payment service for United States
Full-grain leather iPhone X cases from Dutch vendor
GoPro Fusion 360 degree camera to launch at CES 2018
Apple iPhone X retail box surfaces
Hatchimals Surprise egg secret unveiled
   
  5G Accessories Android Galaxy iPhone Rumors Premium smartphones Camera Camera test Nikon SLR Underwater photography   CES CeBIT IFA Photokina PMA