Hot Hatch

Kart Sponsorship Available  

“I feel the need, the need for speed” The Top Gun Naval Weapons School is where the best of the best train to refine their elite flying skill. None of Hot Hatch have been there!
Back to compete again, lessons learnt, redesigns in place, let us return to the heyday of aviators, huge hair and power ballads, and be prepared to have your breath taken away.
Mav, Goose, Iceman & Viper

Racing in aid of Sebastian’s Action Trust

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Team DB Building Services

Sponsored by DB Building Services 

We are a local building company with a great team. Last year we were Peppa Pig, this year we are going to be another well known childrens TV character, so we have decided to raise money for a great children’s charity – Starlight Children’s Foundation.

Can you guess who we will pick this year?

Racing in aid of Starlight Children’s Foundation

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Team Reading Metal Recycling 1

Sponsored by Reading Metal Recycling 

Last year the team from Reading Metal Recycling gave us one of the most innovative 2 man karts. Constructed from green recycling bins, one of the racers actually faced backwards careering down the course at 30+ mph. This year they have made some minor modifications to reduce the weight and hopefully increase their speed – let’s see how they get on.

Racing in aid of Thames Valley Air Ambulance

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The Pitstoppers

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Third time’s the charm for the plucky Pitstoppers. They failed to finish in year one, crashing out on their second run down the hill. They finished 10th last year and have their slightly wonky wheels pointed at a podium spot in 2019.

Penelope and the other Whacky Racers are looking forward to seeing what challenges they’ll need to shrug off in their pursuit of Burghfield glory.

Racing in aid of Thames Valley Air Ambulance

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