Insurance Endurance kart race returns
Insurance industry motor sports event, Insurance Endurance, will be returning this year on 26 June. The six-hour endurance kart race is set to take place at the PFI Racetrack in Grantham, where racing legends such as Lewis Hamilton have raced in the past.
Open to any companies or individuals working in or around the UK insurance market, the event will see teams of between four and eight drivers competing in Sodi GT5 karts. The 1,382m track features long straights, twisting turns and an elevated section and underpass.
Alongside the main event, individual drivers will have a chance to compete in the Pit Stop Challenge, in which teams will work together to change the tyres of a Formula 1 car in the quickest time possible. The fastest team will be crowned the Pit Stop Challenge winners and receive a special trophy at the awards ceremony.
The event will also raise funds for The Insurance Charities, who help support insurance employees and their dependants in the UK and Ireland, offering over £1.2m of help to insurance people in need last year.
Emma Bangar commented, ‘We’re delighted to be chosen as the nominated charity for this event. We welcome the opportunity to meet people working in insurance face-to-face and to tell them about The Insurance Charities and how we are able to help and support those working in this industry.’
For further information regarding registration, sponsorship or general inquiries visit http://www.insuranceendurance.co.uk