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Saturday, February 2, 2013
Budding Jenson Buttons and Lewis Hamiltons are being urged to take part in a charity go-karting race in north Suffolk to raise funds to help save lives.
The East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) Grand Prix is on Saturday, April 6 at Ellough Park Raceway, near Beccles, and the charity is looking for wannabe racing drivers to sign up and take part.
Teams will consist of three to five drivers and they are asked to pay an entry fee of £80 per team which will cover the cost of suit, glove and helmet hire.
Racers will also be entered in to a one hour endurance race with winners entered into a final.
All teams are asked to raise £100 for EAAA which will go towards ensuring the two dedicated air ambulances operated by it can continue to take doctors and critical care paramedics to the scenes of emergencies across the region.
Olly Larkin, from EAAA, said: “This event has been organised by the charity so that we can spend a morning having some fun with our supporters while raising money for this very worthwhile cause.
“Money raised throughout the event will help us to continue to treat people at the scene of their medical emergencies, when and where they need us most.”
For information about the EAAA Grand Prix or to book a place for a team, contact Olly Larkin on 01603 489406 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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