Jan-Willem André de la Porte, WFH Patron, was born with hemophilia, and like many people afflicted with the disease, suffered permanent joint damage. In André de la Porte’s case, his right leg wouldn’t bend, which limited the physical activities he could do. One sport that he was able to participate in was race car driving—a passion he first took up at the age of 15. Thanks to prophylactic treatment before races, he was able to regularly compete in South Africa. Now 66, André de la Porte still races, and also mentors young drivers. One such protégé—Arnold Neveling—recently won a 9-hour endurance race at Killarney, Cape Town. This month, Neveling will compete in a Lamborghini Huracan which will proudly display the WFH logo for the world to see. Below are some pictures of the car—a symbol of Jan-Willem André de la Porte’s determination to not let hemophilia stop his passion.