From “Neuking the Leuk” to “Racing Against Dementia”

Back in 1991 (yes, it really was over 25 years ago!) Lotus 7 Club of Great Britain chairman Lol Pilfold decided to adopt the organization then known as the “Leukaemia Research Fund” as the Club’s charity. This decision came about after Club member Steve Winterberg contracted leukaemia in August 1990. Steve’s family coined the expression ‘Nuke the Leuk’ during his treatment - he had seen it, done it, nuked it and got the T-shirt…

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In 1991 Lol Pilfold, Chairman of the Lotus 7 Club of Great Britain, decided to adopt the Leukaemia Research Fund (now called Bloodwise) as the club charity after club member Steve Winterberg contracted leukaemia in August 1990.