Karting race against motorsport elite for charity
Published by Bas Kaligis 23 december 2008 12:56 - Print
|In January 2009, the Karting Track at Autosport International in the NEC Birmingham will be even bigger and better. Located in Hall 4 and operated by Motorsport World, it will again host a number of races, arrive-and-drive sessions and manufacturer demonstrations over the four days of the Show. |
Sportscar star and double GT1 Le Mans 24 Hour class winner, David Brabham’s charity kart race will return by popular demand to the Karting Show at Autosport International, 8-11 January 2009 at the NEC Birmingham. The BP Ultimate Celebrity Kart Challenge on Friday 9 January will once again attract some of the world’s top motorsport personalities while offering members of the public the rare opportunity to race alongside them for just £300.
Sixteen teams, each of which will feature four celebrity drivers and two public drivers, will compete in the 2009 event that will take place from 1pm on Friday on the Karting4U track in Hall 4. With several teams already booked and sponsored, the limited places will once again be in high demand.
Just 32 members of the public will have the chance to join this televised event and rub shoulders with their racing heroes for just £300, which includes two Autosport International entrance tickets for Friday 9 January, usually an exclusive trade day. Not only will you be the first members of the public to get a sneak preview of Europe’s biggest motorsport show, but you will be making an invaluable contribution to charity.
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