F1 Teams Swap Tarmac For Leukaemia & Lymphoma Triathlon

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Blenheim Palace will play host to an off-track battle of the fittest, as relay teams from three Formula One outfits go head-to-head at the Leukaemia & Lymphoma Blenheim Palace Triathlon on 13 to 14th June 2015.

With fitness being of vital importance for both drivers and support crew, triathlon offers great cardiovascular training for F1, as championed by seasoned triathlete and previous Blenheim Palace Triathlon entrant, Jenson Button.

Falling on an off-weekend in the Formula One season the Leukaemia & Lymphoma Blenheim Palace Triathlon provides the perfect opportunity to maintain track fitness, with Mercedes AMG Petronas, Red Bull and Force India all entering relay teams on Sunday 14th June. From engineers to fabricators, trimmers to accountants, each F1 team will have three relay teams representing them on race day.

With ages ranging from 22 to 52, the Mercedes AMG Petronas teams are no strangers to triathlon and endurance sport, with a number in training for half and full distance ironmans later this year and three are returning triathletes to the Leukaemia & Lymphoma Blenheim Palace Triathlon.

Lining up at the start line of the Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research Blenheim Palace Triathlon will be:


  • Swim: Matthew Storry (35), Senior Systems Engineer from Oxford
  • Bike: Allyson Anstee (42), Fitness Instructor from Brackley
  • Run: Oliver Langford (28), Software Engineer from Brackley


  • Swim: Paul Warren (52), Production Planner from Milton Keynes
  • Bike: Stuart Morgan (37), Senior Design Engineer from Northampton
  • Run: Ed Cooper (38), Aero Model Technician from Banbury


  • Swim: Andy Hallas (36), Senior Mechanical Design Engineer from Kidlington
  • Bike: Mark Shepherd (48), Freight Coordinator from Brackley
  • Run: Andrew Atkins (22), Personal Trainer from Northamptonshire

Red Bull - A

  • Swim: Chris Finister (42), Senior Design Engineer from Cambridge
  • Bike: Kevin Dunkley (35), Senior Management Accountant from Northamptonshire
  • Run: Matt Child (32), Assistant Management Accountant from Newport Pagnell

Red Bull - B

  • Swim: John Batchelor (48), Composite Inspector from Cambridge
  • Bike: John Buchannan (45), Bill of Materials Controller from Woburn Sands
  • Run: Jeremy Vick (37), Aerodynamics Design Team Leader from Milton Keynes

Red Bull - C

  • Swim: Christian Lancaster, Aerodynamic Design Engineer from Towcester
  • Bike: Andy Damerum (44), Business Development Engineer from Northamptonshire
  • Run: Andi Scott (34), Driver Development Engineer from Mawsley Village

Force India - A

  • Swim: Dean Walsh (33), Finance Analyst from Northampton
  • Bike: Enrico Cacciatori (39), Senior Control Systems Engineer from Daventry
  • Run: Antonio Fischer (33), Senior Composite Design Engineer from Northampton

Force India - B

  • Swim: Andrew Brown (39), Head of Research & Development from Oxford
  • Bike: Steve Holmes (32), Design Engineer from Northampton
  • Run: Dan Carpenter (40), Head of Mechanical Engineering from Buckingham

Force India - C

  • Swim: Jamie Underwood (21), Fabricator / Trimmer from Brackley
  • Bike: Paul McEvoy (29), Mechanical Design Engineer from Towcester
  • Run: Elliot Cave (25), Composite Trimmer / Fitter from Brackley
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