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HFMC Wealth are proud to sponsor Veloce which in just 4 short years has become one of the truly great motoring experiences. It is akin to being at The Goodwood Revival, except instead of just watching famous racing drivers flying round the track in iconic and priceless cars, you’re right in there with them. The brain-child of collector and philanthropist Peter Neumark and V group founder Chris Bucknall, the concept immediately caught the attention of our CEO Jeremy Hoyland, and the wheels of Veloce began to roll!

Since 2017 Veloce has seen a line-up of illustrious drivers such as Derek Bell and Damon Hill, as well as Ross Brawn, Marino Franchitti, Nick Fry and Jodie Kidd to name but a few.

The cars from 2021 included priceless icons from the past 100+ years, such as the 1910 Fiat S76 Beast of Turin, 1930 Bentley Speed Six that raced that year at Le Mans, 1932 Alfa 8C Monza, Ecurie Ecosse Jaguar C-Type, D-Type and XKSS, Ferrari 250 GTO, Stirling Moss’ Ferrari 250 SWB, Ferrari 330 LMB, The ‘Hairy Canary’ Cobra, Shelby Daytona Coupe, Lamborghini Miura and Countach, Ferrari Daytona Spider, the 2002 Bentley Speed 8 Le Mans car and more.

Veloce 2021 was a very successful event getting us to circa £500,000 raised to date including £150,000 so far this year. Details of the 2022 event will be added as soon as we have a date, expected as usual  to be in September. We can’t wait!

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“It is difficult to express quite how mindblowing the Veloce trackday is; it is like a virtual-reality Revival Meeting with the gamers sucked into the very heart of the action. It is the most awesome money-can’t-buy experience that money-can-buy”

(Octane Magazine December 2018)

Raising funds for Hope for Tomorrow, which runs mobile cancer care units and the Halow project, dedicated to supporting young people with  learning disabilities