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Hong Kong-based father-and-son duo Ian “Danger” De Witt, and Henry-Morgan “A Bit Dangerous If He Hasn’t Eaten” aka “Harry” De Witt (…until such time as Harry gets bored and abandons his father for the sun of Greece with his friends, and who can blame him, if indeed the car gets that far), and Ian’s Singapore-based friend (and Harry’s god father) Andrew “Not So Dangerous Really aka Toots Magoots” Martin. Driving 15,000kms in in a 30 year old 988cc Austin Metro, the team comprising a 6’5 student and middle aged (and arguably mildly overweight) lawyers with no mechanical ability between them whatsoever are confident in the British engineering and craftsmanship that made the Metro, indeed, what could possibly go wrong. In embarking on this race the team are hoping to raise funds for Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centre in Hong Kong and Singapore’s Yellow Ribbon Fund.
1988 Austin Metro
In Hong Kong, Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centre was founded by Maggie Keswick Jencks to provide support for people affected by cancer, their families, carers and friends to empower people to live with, through and beyond cancer.
In Singapore, the Yellow Ribbon Fund is the first and only national charitable fund devoted entirely towards the development and implementation of rehabilitation and reintegration programmes for ex-offenders and their families.