WRC » F1 drivers rally to 'Paint It Orange' for Richard Burns


F1 stars join a roster of WRC drivers to pledge their support for a charitable t-shirt campaign in memory of 2001 World Rally Champion, Richard Burns.

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Nanbawan - Unregistered

October 30, 2011 1:56 AM

"what's the relevance of the orange??? "

In the article :

"F1 drivers are helping to spread a viral campaign to encourage as many spectators as possible to buy and wear the limited edition t-shirt and create a sea of orange in Wales in November."

So I guess the answer is simply visibility. Making something striking and spectacular.

Anyway, a hell of a good cause. There is still so much impotence at those neuro illnesses, we can only hope that science and medicine will progress soon enough.

RB fan - Unregistered

November 01, 2011 8:39 PM

"what's the relevance of the orange???"

I'm not sure if there's any particular meaning behind it but orange has always been the colour for the RBF - it's the colour of the charity logo, wristbands etc.

It's such a worthwhile cause, we've already got our t-shirts and will be wearing them with pride

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