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Randle backs cancer charity at Sandown

New look for Thomas Randle at Sandown, in support of the ONTrac at Peter Mac Victorian Adolescent & Young Adult Cancer Service.

18 August 2022

Tickford Racing’s Thomas Randle will have an updated livery on his Ford Mustang at this weekend’s Penrite Oil Sandown SuperSprint, as part of a fundraising initiative for ONTrac at Peter Mac Victorian Adolescent & Young Adult Cancer Service.

ONTrac at Peter Mac is a multidisciplinary service providing care for adolescents and young adults affected by cancer. The fundraising initiative is a particularly personal one for Randle, who was diagnosed with testicular cancer in early 2020.

Randle sought support from the service throughout his treatment, and now serves as a member of the Victorian Youth Cancer Action Board, helping to improve services and support for young cancer patients and their families.

Now 18 months cancer-free and in the midst of his first full season in the Repco Supercars Championship, Randle is looking to give back to the service that supported him on his journey.
 
“I am really honoured to be representing Peter Mac on the grid for this year’s Sandown SuperSprint,” said Randle.

“Peter Mac were instrumental in treating me during my period with testicular cancer, while also providing me with further assistance from the ONTrac at Peter Mac service, which provides support to adolescents and young adults affected by cancer.
 
“Last year we held a ride day at Sandown for a bunch of young patients, so it is going to be great to replicate that after the round this year,” Randle continued. “We’ll also have 100 Peter Mac staff and patients past and present joining us across the weekend to cheer on the Castrol Racing Mustang! 

“I am also very excited to be launching a Castrol Racing Peter Mac fundraiser to help drive towards a cancer-free future, where all donations will be going towards ONTrac at Peter Mac. 

“As a current board member of the Victorian Youth Cancer Action Board, I am really excited for this initiative and really hope that people can get behind the fundraiser and help make a life-changing difference for people living with cancer.”