Foreword by Richard Hammond Published in support of Help for Heroes, this book tells the incredible story of how a group of injured and disabled British service personnel were inspired to compete in the world s toughest motorsport event the 5,500-mile Dakar Rally Raid in South America and at the same time raise money for the charity that assisted them during their recovery and rehabilitation. The Race2Recovery team s stories of struggle and sacrifice are mixed with amazing action photographs in this superb all-colour book. The publisher is donating £2 for every copy sold to Help for Heroes and the Race2Recovery Foundation in order aid the flagship Personnel Recovery and Assessment Centre at Tedworth House in Wiltshire. List of contents How Race2Recovery was founded as a fledgling racing team of wounded soldiers who decided to take up the challenge of cross-country motorsport. The team: drivers, co-drivers and support personnel, with the focus on injured and disabled personnel including the first amputee driver to compete in international rally raids, Captain Tony Harris of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, and triple amputee Tom Neathway of the Parachute Regiment. The vehicles: the team is entering four QT Wildcats, the British-made car of choice for reliability and performance over the toughest terrain. Training and preparation: driver training, vehicle adaptation, medical and first aid, mobility in adverse conditions, bivouac rehearsals, nutrition, personal fitness, accidents and fire. The support network: behind-the-scenes personnel and Land Rover support vehicles on events; fundraising endeavours; family, wives and girlfriends. The build-up events: British Cross-Country Championship events; international practice on the Tuareg Rallye; training in Morocco. The Dakar Rally Raid, 5 20 January 2013: 5,500 miles in two weeks through the most arduous terrain in Peru, Argentina and Chile. Published in association with FireStep Publishing.