Two directors at a leading East Anglian construction company have raised more than £15,000 for prostate cancer by driving 1800 miles across Europe in five days.
Jason Ramsey and Lewis Nicholas, commercial and production directors at Bateman Groundworks, chose the 1980s film Back to the Future as their theme for the international Sci-Fi trek through the Pyrenees and Spain.
They collected £10,000 in sponsorship, with another £5000 contributed by Bateman Groundworks.
Dressed as Marty McFly and Doc Brown in a customised 10-year-old BMW Z4, Jason and Lewis joined 24 other cars on the eighth Keyline international rally to raise much-needed cash for Prostate Cancer UK. In seven years, the event has raised nearly £1 million for the charity.