Two friends, Ian Cook (left) and Ian Johnston (right), decided to take part in the Motoscape Road Trip to Prague in September.
Ian Cook works for an IT company call Quicksilva and Ian Jonhston works for Three Castles Brewery. They have known each other since primary school and are now both family men and living in North Swindon. They both like cars and one night over a beer just started talking and decided this would be a good idea – the rally is organised through http://www.motoscape-rally.co.uk/
Their chosen charity “Excalibur Unit" was established in 2008 and aims to help with supporting the many returning soldiers from war torn countries who have witnessed horrific scenes in the course of their duties. They also aim to help with aftercare services for military personnel and their families.
More info can be found at http://www.excaliburunit.org.uk
They will be visiting 10 countries(France, Belgium, Luxemberg, Germany (stopping at hte Nurburgring), Switzerland, Austria, Italy, Slovenia, Hungary, Czech Republic) in 7 days during the 3,500 mile ralley in a 1982 Porshe 924 Lux.
For more information and to find out how you can help them with their fundraising effort, go to their facebook page http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Martini-Boys/237925369593595?sk=info