Luke Mossey was joined at Oulton Park on 15-17 September for the second time this season by Mission Motorsport attendees.

Mission Motorsport’s aim is to aid recovery and rehabilitation of those who have sustained life changing injuries during military operations, by providing opportunities through motorsport.

Guests attending Oulton Park were granted unprecedented access to the JG Speedfit Kawasaki garage and experienced how a British Superbike Championship (BSB) team operates on qualifying day.

Mossey, who is an ambassador for Mission Motorsport, greeted the guests and took the time to find out how they were finding their rehabilitation.

Luke said: “It’s great to welcome such inspiring people to Oulton. To find out what the beneficiaries have gone through and how they’re recovering is really inspiring. To hear the opportunities the charity offers and what a difference it makes is incredible and I feel proud to be associated with them.”

It’s the second time this season Mission Motorsport attendees have been to a BSB race, after previously attending the race at Knockhill in June.

“I recently broke my back in four places and have had some pretty bad injuries in the past. However, these are insignificant compared to what the people I’ve met have gone through and what they’ve had to overcome,” said Mossey.

The day was inspiring for the BSB rider and the guests were extremely grateful for the opportunity. “It was fantastic to meet Luke this weekend, he was lovely,” said Sandra, who was a guest. “He spent a large amount of his day sitting and speaking to us. He answered all our questions and shared a few jokes. He has a great sense of humour. He also took photos with us, it was amazing.”

To find out more about Mission Motorsport, see www.misionmotorsport.org