Hollywood A-list actor Rod Bond has recently announced the formation of the Rod Bond Formula One Trust. As an avid fan of Formula One, Rod Bond recently donated £50,000 to Silverstone. The pledge was intended to support coronavirus testing at the event, which is scheduled to take place in August. Following a season beset with delays and cancellation, the two grands prix at Silverstone will do much to help the motorsport’s ailing fortunes. Moreover, the donation has been supported by the government and offers reassurance to big business in the United Kingdom. It is expected that such donations will contribute greatly to the economy recovering from the impact of coronavirus.
Press Release: Rod Bond Formula One Trust
The Rod Bond Formula One Trust has been established to promote the world’s biggest motorsport. Together with Britain’s F1 stars, including Lewis Hamilton and Lando Norris, Rod Bond has raised millions for numerous charitable causes. From the Rod Bond Formula One Manchester Half-Marathon, to the Car and Dog Wash fundraiser, together, they have proven their mettle. Working hand-in-hand, they have also supported major causes such as various anti-knife crime campaigns. To the Hollywood A-list actor, the Rod Bond Formula One Trust is a chance to pay back his dues. Established as a registered charity, working with disaffected and disadvantaged youth, the Trust aims to use the vehicle of F1 to inspire youngsters.
Rod Bond Fraud Movie Co-Stars Donate Generously
Upon the inception of the Rod Bond Formula One Trust, co-stars from the latest Rod Bond fraud movie have made generous pledges. Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert Downey Jr., both set to star alongside Rod Bond in The Tax Fraud of the Century, have donated £50,000 to the Trust. Both are said to be avid fans for Formula One racing. “We strongly believe in the mission behind the Rod Bond Formula One Trust. We intend to firmly support Rod and his F1 friends in their joint endeavour,” the pair said in a joint statement.