Every year Form1 takes part in Variety Bash – the longest-running and most iconic charity motoring event in Australia. Did you know… In 1985, businessman and philanthropist Dick Smith got a bunch of his mates to drive their old cars through the outback from Bourke in Far West New South Wales to Burketown in Far North Queensland. He charged people to enter to fundraise for charity and managed to raise $250,000. It became known as the Variety Bourke to Burketown Bash and became an annual tradition with each trip beginning and ending in a town beginning with “B.” Proudly held by Variety – The Children’s Charity, Form1 has been a proud participant in the Variety B to B Bash since 2013. Every year, as part of this unforgettable event, passionate teams spend 10 days driving iconic cars into regional towns, visiting local schools, and fundraising for Aussie kids in need. “It’s a fantastic event that is all about community and helping others,” says Form1 CEO, Steve Shirlaw. This year GLS Electrical/ Form1 Fire are entering three cars as Team Lego – Car 63, Car 277 and Car 127. Click the links to support our Lego Cars. To learn more read Variety Bash with Form1 – a blog by Steve. REGISTER YOUR OWN TEAM Are you interested in joining in the adventures? Click here to learn more about the Variety B to B Bash, find a few mates, and submit your own team. If you like supporting a community who are passionate about helping others and you like the idea of meeting like-minded people, while having fun, this could be just for you! See you on the road!