It’s lights out and away we go!
The stakes were high – the team who completed the most laps were to be crowned CSF Endurance Race Champions 2018. Most importantly though, participating would support #buildthenest fundraising campaign – a new initiative started by Community Sports Foundation to build a new multi-purpose community facility in Horsford
We were delighted to discover Soak won the silent auction for pole position and contributed to the total of over £3,100 that was raised during the inaugural race. To make things even better, it was announced by the event host, a former F1 presenter, Jake Humphrey.
We were excited to start #1 and satisfied by not coming in last… We fell in love with the initiative and had the best time – check out the event and look out for familiar faces in the recent video:
Sounds interesting? NEST and CSF are looking for the event to become annual, so look out for new dates on their website. See you on track next year!