Zane Goddard has shown his support for the Australian & New Zealand Head and Neck Cancer Society at the Supercars Championship season opener, the Adelaide 500.
This Society is one close to Goddard as it was brought to his attention when a family member was diagnosed with the illness at the beginning of 2017, which meant as a 17-year-old, Goddard stood on his own two feet for the year he spent racing overseas.
Goddard brandished the society logo on his bonnet for the race in Adelaide, where he made his Super 2 series debut.
“It was great to have the Australian & NZ Head & Neck Cancer Society on the front bonnet for the Adelaide weekend to try raise awareness. We decided it have the logo on the car as a thank you and to spread the message.”
The Super2 driver has recently returned back to Australia after a successful two-year campaign overseas.
“Unfortunately Dad’s illness lead our decision to return to Australia, but fortunately we were able to race in the Super2 this season.”
Goddard will continue to support the Australian & New Zealand Head and Neck Cancer Society throughout 2018.