Kent, United Kingdom, May 13, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The 2009 Girlracer Charity Endurance kart race is raring to get off the start line, and the date has been confirmed as Sunday 18th October 2009.
The race will be held at the superb facility at Daytona Milton Keynes, which features 11 exciting corners over nearly 1350m of all-weather tarmac. The race will be open to teams of between 4 and 10 drivers, and they are priced at a very competitive £1,295 plus VAT.
The format of the race will consist of a 2-hour Practice and Qualifying session in the morning after registration and driver safety briefings, followed by a 6-hour endurance race to the chequered flag.
There will be some excellent off-track entertainment at the event to keep drivers engaged whilst not racing, and don’t worry about keeping up with the penultimate F1 race in Brazil as they will be screening the race live from 2pm.
• Teams of between 4 and 10 drivers
• 2 hour open practice/qualifying session
• 6 hour endurance race
• Complimentary Breakfast and BBQ Lunch
• 1350m all weather Grand Prix circuit
• All safety equipment included
The event will also support and raise funds for the Fibromyalgia Association UK, through a charity auction during the Practice/Qualifying session. For further details on the charity, please log on to www.girlracer.co.uk.
There are also exciting opportunities available to become an associate sponsor of this prestigious event.
Daytona Milton Keynes use Biz ProKarts with twin Honda 160cc engines capable of in excess of 60mph.
All safety equipment is provided, and Daytona’s professional race team will provide a thorough safety briefing and race management throughout the event.
Payment can be made by credit card (no surcharge) or by making cheques payable to Beyond Sports Marketing Ltd. Entries should be posted to Beyond Sports Marketing Ltd, 3rd Floor, 20/24 Kirby Street, London EC1N 8TS, or faxed to 0207 242 3610.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact James Horner on 0207 092 8991 / 07900 496638 or email email@example.com.