The Rob Vine Fund serves and supports motorsports on the Isle of Man.
It is a Registered Charity which was established in memory of Rob Vine, a Senior TT competitor who lost his life at the Black Dub in 1985.
On the second lap of the Friday’s Senior Tourist Trophy race, Rob Vine, aged 30, crashed on an oil spill at high speed and received injuries that proved fatal.
Englishman Rob Vine from Dover was an experienced MGP and TT competitor, and earlier in the week had finished 7th in the Formula 1 race and 8th in the Production 750 TT.
Since 1985, The Rob Vine Fund has been dedicated to providing the best possible pre-hospital immediate and rescue care services.
The Charity also supplies vital equipment and medical training for a large number of motorsport events that take place on the Isle of Man, also known as the Road Racing Capital of the World!
With the support of The Rob Vine Fund, Openhouse will supply the NEW for 2023 orange immediate care Rucksacks to over 135 marshalling locations at the Isle of Man TT and Billown courses, in the rescue helicopters, ambulances, response cars and TT Grandstand areas.
Our Openhouse Products are seen all over the globe and have proven excellent for motorsports in all countries.
For more information on The Rob Vine Fund please visit; www.Robvinefund.im
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