Cromer Karttrak grand prix will help disabled ex-service personnel
Dozens of racers are set to line up for a grand prix in north Norfolk to raise money for a very good cause.
The event at Karttrak Cromer on Saturday, March 10 is in aid of Kartforce, which specialises in converting karts for use by disabled, including amputee, ex-service personnel.
Karttrak owner Robert Marshall said: 'Kartforce raises money to help injured troops stay active by getting into karting. The karts are converted so that they can be used by people with no legs.
'We have a chosen charity each year, and Kartforce is our 2012 charity. It is �40 per entrant, with an under-16s' race starting at 10.30am and an adults' race at 1.30pm.'
He added: 'The idea isn't to take it too seriously, but to raise money for a good cause.'
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The track is situated on the outskirts of Cromer, on The Avenue, off Norwich Road.
? To enter either of the contests, which are open to people of all abilities, call 01263 512649.
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