One lucky individual could win one of the cars for just £20.
Aston Martin Cambridge has donated one of the ten limited edition cars, Red 10, to the RAF Benevolent Fund who will raffle it off with all funds going directly to the charity supporting RAF personnel past and present and their families. In addition, the owners of these limited edition Aston Martin Cambridge Vanquish S Red Arrows will experience a special factory tour and a one-of-a-kind handover day at RAF Scampton later this year.
To honour the commitment of RAF personnel past and present, Aston Martin Cambridge has created a spectacular series of special project cars. Based on the Vanquish S, the cars’ special features echo those of the iconic Red Arrows Hawk jets.
Pledge your support today to be in with a chance of winning! The RAF Benevolent Fund will contact you when the raffle goes live to complete the purchase of your tickets.
Former SAC Luke was seriously injured in an IED explosion in Afghanistan in 2011 and after six years of service he was medically discharged from the RAF in 2013, facing the daunting prospect of finding a new career. Luke wanted to improve his driving skills and turned to the RAF Benevolent Fund to help him pay for an advanced driving qualification course. The qualification also helped Luke when he later went on to train as an Emergency Care Assistant for East Midlands Ambulance Service.