Team WFR, whose bike operation won this year's BSB Evo Championship and car squad the FIA Speed Euroseries, has kindly offered a set of Graham Gowland's leathers to help raise funds for the Charlie Moody Foundation.

Moody was a popular member of the F1 and MotoGP paddocks who recently passed away at the age of just 55.

The foundation aims to raise badly needed funds for the Oxford Motor Neuron Disease Care and Research Centre - where Charlie was treated - via the Motor Neurone Disease Association.

MotoGP star Ben Spies will present a signed race-day helmet worn during the 2011 season as a thank-you to the person that makes the most generous donation.

Spies will also provide two paddock passes for this highest donor to attend the 2012 Silverstone MotoGP, while all those that donate will be in with a chance of receiving a signed Spies replica helmet - and now also Gowland's leathers.

Donations for the Charlie Moody Foundation can be made by visiting where you can also read more about Charlie. Thanks to all those that donate.

Other members of the motorsport industry that wish to join Spies and WFR in offering extra incentives to raise much needed money for this great charity should contact



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