True Heroes Racing, the motorbike team responsible for getting injured and sick personnel serving and non-serving involved in British superbikes, have been paying tribute to one of their own.
Last year, Mark Fincham died during a two bike collision during a race near Thruxton.
The team are back this year to race in his memory.
The 37-year-old ex-Royal Marine had been riding for ‘True Heroes Racing’ when he was killed in a motorcycle crash whilst competing in the British Superbike championship.
Back on the race track near to where the collision happened, his teammates gathered together around a van designed especially by his dad.
A trophy was held at the event which was made in Mark’s memory.
Not only was it the first time that the team have returned to the racecourse, but it was also the first time that Mark’s teammate Jim Walker has raced since he was also involved in the collision:
"For me going out, I'm gonna ride as hard as I can for Mark. I'm sure if it was the other way around he'd be doing the same for me."
It was an emotional day for all of the team but remembering Mark and the legacy he leaves behind, the team hope will inspire others in the future.