Dr Aamer Khan MD ChB
Co-Founder of The Harley Street Skin Clinic
In the beginning, our aim was to get enough money to help injured service personnel enjoy karting, but Back on Track quickly developed a persona of its own. We do still raise money to continue the racing, but as more support is pledged from generous donors across the spectrum…celebrities, the Armed Forces and the general public…it has allowed us to take the charity to another level – one where we can offer physical help and cosmetic treatments to help alleviate scarring, burns injuries as well as psychological trauma. The medical industry has been generous, too, by offering their services at little, or no cost. Back on Track may be small…but we are mighty!
Journalist and Television Presenter
I am so proud to be Patron of this amazing charity. To see the results which Dr. Khan and his team achieve, is inspiring. And to see the smiles on the faces of the injured servicemen and women following their treatment is reward in itself.
Private Mark Allen of the 1st Royal Anglians
I first attended a medical consultation with Dr Aamer Khan back in 2012, to enquire about scar treatment. Having the treatment was one of the best decisions I ever made because not only have I had my scars treated with the most up to date technology available in the UK, but I also gained a new found confidence. Back on Track makes a significant impact on the rehabilitation of former servicemen and women. I don’t know where I would be without the support I get from the charity.
I have seen how much joy the racing brings to all involved, plus the dedication of the team is second to none. Their work with injured veterans is remarkable and I am proud to be part of this great charity.
A business angel with interests mainly in the UK, Grand Cayman and South Africa.
I am delighted to support Back on Track because they are doing a splendid job to help ex-Service Personnel continue their lives in society.
Dr Johnson Beharry VC
Dr. Johnson Beharry VC – Awarded the Victoria Cross, the highest military decoration for valour in the British and Commonwealth armed forces, for saving members of his unit.
I am proud to be an Ambassador of Back on Track because they do such great work helping injured service personnel. I love being part of their ‘army’.
Major Tom Oakley
Company Commander 1st Battalion Irish Guards
As a serving officer in the British Army, I am honoured to be an ambassador for a charity that does such fantastic work for our wounded service personnel. Back on Track combines the fun of Go-Karting with the comradery that comes with being part of a team. I look forward to working with Back on Track to raise funds and awareness of this very worthwhile cause.
Top TV, Film and Stunt Driver
I caught the racing bug when I was 8 years old, starting with karts and progressing to super stock cars. I have won European and World titles as well as becoming a top film, TV and commercials driver. I have been driver coach on Top Gear too but when I began coaching injured veterans that’s when the fun began. They are fearless and make my daredevil career to date look like a walk in the park. It is incredibly satisfying in helping them to become even greater heroes.
It’s a real honour and a privilege to be a patron of this wonderful military charity. I have nothing but the utmost respect for the injured servicemen of Britain’s armed forces, and the work Back on Track do to help is remarkable.
Legal expert. Ewing Law
I am honoured to represent Back on Track as an ambassador. It is a fantastic charity doing great things for those who have put their lives on the line. It is a bonus that the Back on Track team are a fun and enthusiastic bunch and I look forward to helping the charity helping others.
Founder, Ewing Law
It is a privilege to be associated with such a wonderful giving charity. To be part of the Lesley and Aamer ‘family’ is an additional bonus. I hope to be able to add value to such a deserving cause.
I have been a part of this wonderful cause since the start of the first race. At that time I saw how much camaraderie and laughter was shared between the racers, despite age, gender and disability, that it made me want to help to build this brilliant charity.