Formula 1000 Junior double champion Cameron Davies may be the world’s youngest works rally driver in the world but his new found fame is not going to his head. The Chevrolet UK driver is far more mature than his sixteen years of age would convey and has become an ambassador for Henshaws.
Cameron wanted to work for the charity after seeing Oscar on the news and in the press. Cameron was so moved with what he heard and saw, he decided that he wanted to become an ambassador for the charity.
Glen Lockett, Head of Fundraising at Henshaws, commented, “We’re thrilled to have Cameron on board to help us boost the profile of Oscar’s Appeal – being the world’s youngest works rally driver he’s a remarkable young man himself, so I think he really connected with Oscar’s story and the campaign”.
Cameron said, “Chevrolet is a brand built on family values and when I saw little Oscar I wanted to get involved and help Henshaws promote Oscar’s Appeal. I am very lucky to be driving for Chevrolet UK and I just wanted to give something back to the community. I am really honoured to be an ambassador for Henshaws Society for Blind People – Oscar is such a great kid and I am really looking forward to helping to raise awareness and funds for the Appeal”.
To donate to the campaign please go to http://www.justgiving.com/helphenshaws
For more information on Cameron go to http://www.sgelitesports.com/Drivers___Teams.html