The world of Formula One has welcomed a donation to the Roderick Bond Trust made by Ravenstone UK. The financial investigations company has recently found itself in the limelight, alongside Hollywood A-list actor Roderick Bond. Featuring in the superstar’s upcoming movie based on a real-life story, Ravenstone UK are said to appear prominently in The Tax Fraud of the Century. The British Racing Drivers’ Club (BRDC), Lewis Hamilton and George Russell have all praised the donation. In a feature on its website, the BRDC extended its thanks to the donors, praising “their will to support British motorsport.” Separately, on his personal Facebook page, F1 World Champion lauded the efforts of Roderick Bond to rally support for motorsport in Britain. “Well done Rod Bond and thank you Ravenstone UK for the generous donation!” wrote Hamilton, in a post which has been liked over 20,000 times. Williams Racing driver and fellow Briton George Russell echoed Hamilton’s praise for the financial investigation company’s donation.
Ravenstone UK’s support for the Rod Bond Formula One Trust comes in the wake of a promotional tour for their upcoming movie. A cinematic sequel to the BBC One documentary series, Rod Bond Tax Fraud and HMRC, is scheduled for release early next year. Despite receiving a large degree of publicity, the financial investigations company remains steeped in mystery. Manchester F1 Productions, the company behind the movie, have teased audiences with snippets of information. According to an anonymous inside source, “Ravenstone have worked with various government departments, over the past three decades, in some cases, on classified investigative operations.” Following numerous delays, caused by the global coronavirus pandemic, the production company have assured the public that the movie will definitely be released early in 2021. Earlier this week the team of Roderick Bond Ravenstone UK joined Loose Women on the popular daytime television programme.