2.5 Endurance Race at Sandown Park for the Halow Project Charity
Challenge former F1 world champion Damon Hill at Daytona Sandown Park!
halow project and Daytona Motorsport are proud to present our tenth annual karting event with patron and co-founder, Damon Hill. Join us for an epic day of driving with a 2.5 hour endurance race on Wednesday 21 June from 1pm.
Racers and guests alike will relax in the Pitstop Lounge, a trackside marquee from where the race can be viewed in comfort and delicious refreshments are served.
Stars and experts from the world of racing will be in conversation at the Pitstop Lounge stage throughout the afternoon, providing some fascinating insights into the world of racing and the strategies that make champions on the track.
In addition, there will be some very special vehicles on display which relate to Damon and Graham Hill’s racing careers, including Damon’s winning Williams Renault FW18 from his 1996 triumph, and the Nissan RC90K which took pole position at the 1990s Le Mans race in the expert hands of Mark Blundell – plus another surprise superstar car.
Please join us for an exciting day of karting, mingling with Damon Hill and other stars, and enjoy the combined thrill of racing with excellent cuisine and inspiring entertainment - all to raise money for a great cause.
To book your team or spectators’ tickets or to discuss our sponsorship options please contact halow’s Fundraising Team on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01483 447 960.
Teams are £1,750 for up to 5 drivers, including drinks and food, karting entry and equipment, and all-day access to the Pitstop Lounge. Spectators are £50 each, including drinks and food, and all-day access to the Pitstop Lounge. Racers will compete in Daytona's fleet of SODI SR5 karts.
halow project is a Surrey-based charity that supports people 16+ with learning disabilities and autism to live life as independently as they choose. If you would like to find out more about halow and other ways you can support, please visit their website.