Earlier this year Musker McIntyre became one of the main sponsors of the Norfolk Accident Rescue Service [NARS]. The funds we invested into NARS went towards the purchase of a specialised data communications system for their response car ‘Medic 22′. This system allows them to arrive quickly and efficiently to the accident scenes that require them.
On the very cold and windy Saturday morning of November 28, 2015 Ross Filby set out on the mission to raise funds and awareness about NARS by attempting to break the Guinness Book of World Records.
Simon McIntyre and Jodi MacKenzie from the Musker McIntyre team came to support Ross and NARS Saturday morning at RAF Coltishall, Norwich, Norfolk.
Ross pulled the ‘Medic 22′ an Audi A6 Allroad, which was weighed before the attempt at 1978Kg, seven 500m laps around a partially inclined track each lap taking roughly half an hour. The world record allows 24 hours to beat the previous record of one person pulling a vehicle weighing over 1500Kg for more than 3.2Km and after 4hrs 21 minutes Ross pulled the ‘Medic 22′ over the finish line of the seventh lap totalling 3.511Km creating a new world record just before the rain came thundering down!
Ross is still looking to achieve his £5000 donations goal so please visit mydonate to donate!
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