Over the last 2 years as a company we have made a concentrated effort to support our two chosen charities, The Ark Centre (Chelmsford) and Big Picture Charity Film.
So in our efforts to continue our support , 4 drivers from Evers: Steve Ewers, Simon Cooper, Mark Fenwick and John Leavett have entered into the British 24hr kart race.
The race will be held at Teesside Karting in Middlesbrough starting at 12 noon on the 3rd of August 2019 finishing at 12 noon on the 4th August. This record breaking circuit is a massive 2.1km circuit – the longest kart circuit in the world!
The team plan to complete the 24 hr race by driver stints of over an hour and half long. This will be a true test of endurance and on average each driver will burn 1100 calories per stint.
As a team they have been training & racing in preparation for this extreme physical and mental challenge, which was taken on to help raise money and awareness for Big Picture Charity Films.
Big Picture Charity Films are a Colchester based charity working exclusively to help existing charities and voluntary organisations raise awareness of their causes.
A visual presence through film is a vital way for charities to communicate with both existing and potential supporters and clients.
Big Picture are a charity with a Christian ethos relying entirely on their own fundraising activities and the generosity of their supporters. For more information about the work they do and the services they offer, please visit http://www.bigpicturecharityfilms.org/
They would be extremely grateful if you would kindly sponsor them in undertaking this challenge for a well worthy cause.
All donations can be made via the virgin money giving page https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/BPCF24hrKarting.