Health drive

Wimbledon GP Dr Paul Cundy (above) won a national motorsport title this year after competing at top English racetracks at speeds of up to 145mph.

Dr Cundy topped the table for production-class entrants in the 2006 Yokohama Mid-Engined Sports Car Series. Driving a 98 Noble M12 GTO, he fought off competition from a host of professional drivers to be placed fourth overall in the four-race series. Dr Cundy told GP he started racing after becoming tired of taking his sports car for non-competitive track days: ‘After six years, I wanted to do something more competitive.’

Have you registered with us yet?

Register now to enjoy more articles and free email bulletins


Already registered?

Sign in

Follow Us:

Just published

Woman holding face in pain

Should GPs treat patients presenting with dental problems?

The MDU's Dr Kathryn Leask considers what GPs should do if a patient presents with...

Conservative Party leadership candidate and foreign secretary Liz Truss

Liz Truss vows to resolve GP pension tax crisis if she becomes prime minister

Liz Truss has affirmed her commitment to resolving the GP pensions crisis but has...

Baby receiving a vaccine in their thigh

JCVI advises changes to routine childhood and HPV immunisation schedules

The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) has recommended a change...

GP consultation

General practice delivering 'up to double the appointments it is paid for'

General practice in England may be delivering as many as double the number of appointments...

Sign outside BMA House

GP suicide sparks calls for measures to protect doctors from spiralling workloads

The government and policymakers must do more to safeguard doctors and NHS staff from...

Talking General Practice logo

Podcast: Living with long COVID

In August we’re bringing you some of the best interviews from series one of the podcast....