Race Against Dementia

Founded by Formula 1 racing legend Sir Jackie Stewart,
Race Against Dementia raises money to fund breakthrough
and innovative dementia research.

Today, 50 million people around the world have dementia. Unless a cure is found, one in three people born today will get dementia in their lifetime. A new person develops dementia every three seconds. This crisis cannot continue.

“50 million people suffer from dementia today.  
That’s not a number we can ignore.  
My darling  wife Helen is one of them”
Sir Jackie Stewart

The race is on to find a breakthrough in the prevention or treatment of dementia. Follow news and updates for Race Against Dementia


In March 2019; the WMRAC presented a cheque to Paul Stewart and Penny Moyle – the donation will help fund ground breaking global research into new treatments and preventions that will cure dementia.  A further £5,000 was donated in March 2020.


WMRAC continue to raise funds for Race Against Dementia – if you would like to make a donation you can do so via Just Giving, or contact us in the usual way.