Simon Bibby Obituary, Death – The Mull Rally community and the 2300 Club mourn the loss of a beloved figure, Simon Bibby, who passed away recently. Simon’s departure has left a profound void in the hearts of his friends, family, and all those who had the privilege of knowing him. He will be deeply missed for his unwavering commitment to the Tour of Mull and his invaluable contributions to the event. Simon Bibby served as the Chief Marshal of the Tour of Mull for many years, dedicating himself to ensuring the smooth and safe operation of the rally. His unwavering dedication and passion for the event were evident in his every action.
Simon’s remarkable organizational skills and leadership qualities played a pivotal role in making the Tour of Mull the success it is today. More than just a Chief Marshal, Simon was an integral part of the Mull Rally community. He embraced the island and its people, forming strong bonds of friendship with those involved in the event. Simon’s warm personality, approachability, and genuine interest in others made him a beloved figure among rally enthusiasts and participants. He had an incredible ability to connect with people and was always ready to lend a helping hand or offer words of encouragement.
Simon Bibby’s impact extended far beyond his role as a marshal. He was a mentor to many, offering guidance and support to aspiring rally enthusiasts and young marshals. Simon’s wealth of knowledge and experience was generously shared, leaving an indelible mark on those he mentored. His patient and encouraging nature made him an exceptional mentor, and his legacy will live on through the countless individuals he inspired. The loss of Simon Bibby is a great loss to the Mull Rally community and the entire motorsport fraternity.
His absence will be deeply felt, and his contributions will be remembered for years to come. The Tour of Mull will forever carry the imprint of Simon’s unwavering dedication, his spirit, and his love for the event. In this time of profound sadness, our thoughts are with Simon Bibby’s family, friends, and the 2300 Club. May they find solace in the memories they shared and draw strength from the knowledge that Simon’s impact on the rallying world will be remembered and celebrated. His legacy will continue to inspire and guide future generations of rally enthusiasts. Rest in peace, Simon Bibby.