During the lockdown Bicester Heritage’s Chaplain Rev. Adam Gompertz hosted two virtual weekend events, REVS Limiter and REVS Restored – generating a community of nearly 6000 people – all wanting to enjoy their passion for classic vehicles within the constraints imposed by the Corona Virus.
With measures relaxed for a third virtual event, he live-streamed from Building 141b within The Command Works at Bicester Heritage.
For each event, the virtual audience was able to interact with each other, and the REVS team and given the opportunity to see all kinds of rare and special vehicles. There were interviews with those involved in the Classic Car and Automotive world, and viewers were able to glimpse part of the Bicester Heritage site along with some exciting action on the Bicester Heritage Test Track.
During these most challenging of times, REV’s mission was to highlight the importance of Mental Health awareness, offering support and sharing their own personal experiences with the aim of forming an online community through their passion for vehicles.
Not one for putting his feet up Adam and the REVS team have turned their attention to Mission Motorsports Race of Remembrance and as part of a nationwide campaign to mark Remembrance Weekend (6 – 8 November 2020) a REVS-Limiter team, led by Adam, will be supporting Mission Motorsport in its Race of Remembrance #YourRoR Challenge by pushing a classic sports car around the track at Bicester Heritage for three hours.
The REV’s group is still active and can be joined by following this link to Facebook ‘REVS Limiter’.