Richard Mille, new member of the Paris Brain Institute’s Campaign Committee, mobilizes his company and supports actions to finance research programs and increase the Institute’s visibility.
The first event that symbolizes this mobilization is the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
- 1st 24 Hours of Le Mans for the Richard Mille Racing Team
- 100% Female crew composed of Tatiana Calderón, Sophia Floersch and Beitske Visser
- The race is dedicated to the Paris Brain Institute
Speed records may or may not be broken next weekend at Le Mans. Stereotypes, on the other hand, definitely will! The Richard Mille Racing Team, an all-female driver line-up is revving up this, the 88th edition of the world’s most famous motor race.
‘Since the creation of this institute in Paris some 10 years ago it has grown to become one of the leading research centres for brain and spinal illnesses that can touch each and every one of us by the sheer magnitude of all those affected. This institute is the 2nd largest in the world dedicated to this cause and gathers very experienced researchers from all corners of the globe. My friendship towards Professor Gérard Saillant and Jean Todt only strengthens my commitment to this cause and to bring it to the attention of all those close to the brand so that as many people as possible are aware of this institute and its quest to cure the multiple diseases linked to the brain,’ explains Richard Mille.
‘I would like to warmly thank Richard Mille for his renewed support to the Paris Brain Institute through his first participation in the 24 Heures du Mans with an all-female team. This unique sporting competition embodies values of combativeness, perseverance and excellence that the Paris Brain Institute fully shares. Richard Mille’s commitment at our side represents a great strength for us, as it allows us to further develop the means of our ambitions, to increase the visibility of our commitment to an essential public health cause and gives our researchers the opportunity to go even further in their research work at the service of patients’. – Professor Gérard Saillant, President of the Paris Brain Institute.