British F3 Drivers Past and Present Support The Race Against Cancer
Sunday 25th November 2007 sees motorsport stars from all over the globe come together for the charity kart race of the year – The Race Against Cancer (TRAC). In aid of Cancer Research UK, TRAC promises to bring together the biggest names from two and four wheels for a frantic and pure racing event in 100cc racing karts.
The leading drivers from the 2007 Lloyds TSB Insurance British F3 International Series have agreed to support this worthy cause, including 2007 champion Marko Asmer, Maro Engel, Stephen Jelley, Sam Bird, Jonathan Kennard, Atte Mustonen and Sebastian Hohenthal.
Also supporting the event are drivers from past British Formula 3 seasons including 1993 Champion Oliver Gavin, 1990 championship runner up Alain Menu, 1997 championship runner up Nicolas Minassian, Katherine Legge, Fiona Leggate and James Jakes.
The location of this spectacular event will be Rye House, Hertfordshire, England. Nearby to London, the all day event will play host to stars from a wide range of other motorsport formulae, with representatives from both the car and bike worlds racing in the first event of its kind in the UK. More entertainment will be on show during the day, with a demonstration by the elite junior drivers in the UK opening the event – is the next Lewis Hamilton lurking on this grid? A trackside village will also be erected for the day housing automotive exotica in the form of Lamborghinis and Ferraris. After the main TRAC feature race, the day will close with a celebrity race featuring popular icons from the world of motorsport, actors, musicians, sportsmen and a great deal more.
The goal of the event is to raise as much awareness and money for future cancer research, as shown by 100% of all proceeds from the event going to charity. Donations will be made to Cancer Research UK, the world's leading independent organisation dedicated to cancer research. They support research into all aspects of cancer through the work of more than 3,500 doctors, scientists and nurses.
Tickets are available now at Ticketmaster.co.uk for £25.00 each. With demand for tickets expected to be through the roof as fans of all types of motorsport rush to see their heroes take on other motorsport stars, we encourage you to buy tickets as soon as possible and support this great cause.