sales-i will be setting off on a big challenge on the 24th April when they attempt to walk 52 miles, non-stop, across the famous Ridgeway, stretching from their start point near Watlington in Oxfordshire at 8.00am on Saturday morning with the aim of reaching the finish near Marlborough at around 3am the following morning.
8 dedicated members of the sales-i team have spent all their spare time over past few months training for the big event and are raising money in aid of Sense, a charity for Deaf/Blind children.
Anyone who would like to make a donation and support the team please click here…
Topcats Racing could taste victory in the closing stages of the race at Snetterton on Saturday in the 150 minute Britcar Endurance Championship, but bad luck put an end to the team’s expectations of an outright win.
Despite viagra tabs opposition from the class 1 contenders of McInerney/McInerney in the Mosler MT900GT3 and the Gamski/Robinson Ferrari 430 GT2, the flying Topcats Racing Class 2 Marcos Mantis, driven by Huggins and Fiorentino, were odds on to win the race as the final pit stops played out.
Supporters of the Topcats Racing team and racing enthusiasts and who are at a loose end this weekend should head to Snetterton in Norfolk to enjoy the sights and sounds of the 2 hour Britcar Endurance Race and a warm welcome from the team. Tea, coffee and biscuits are free to our visitors.
The team will be running both of their race winning Marcos Mantis cars, each of which will be battling for GT2 and GT3 honours. Neil Huggins and Raphael Fiorentino will pilot the GT2 spec Mantis with Owen O’Neill and Henry Fletcher hoping to share the spoils in the GT3 Mantis.
Topcats Racing are excited to announce the launch of their Race Car Driving Experiences ‘Introduction’ package with Virgin Experiences today and will be titled ‘Be A Race Car Driver’ under the Virgin Experiences banner.
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Ben Clucas, driving the Topcats Racing Runnymede Mosler in the Dutch Supercar Challenge at Silverstone GP is all over the back of Martin Short’s ‘Development’ works Mosler, but, oh boy, does Short’s new aerodynamic kit make his car pull away down the straights. Clucas finally makes a ‘do or die’ maneouvre to get past and makes it stick.
Unpredictable weather set the scene for the Friday qualifying session and Saturday’s race in the British opening round of the Dutch Supercar Challenge at the Silverstone GP Circuit. With just a 20 minute qualifying session split between two drivers, the opportunity to post a pole grabbing lap would be limited to two or three laps. Andrew Beaumont was tasked with setting the opening qualifiers in the MT900 GT3 spec car and pitting a handful of minutes later to relay the car to the reigning Britcar 500 champ, Ben Clucas.