The Henry Surtees Establishment Group Karting Test will come back to Mercedes-Benz World in Surrey on 5 July.
The philanthropy occasion is sorted out by 1964 Recipe One best on the planet John Surtees and is free for observers. A year ago, it raised more than £58,000.
The centerpiece of the day is the two-hour karting enduro, for which there are still places accessible.
There will likewise be exhibits of memorable apparatus, with David Brabham set to drive John Fairley's BT11, keeping in mind Surtees himself will be in the driver's seat of a Lola T70 to stamp 50 years since he won the inaugural Can-Am arrangement.
Cruisers are set to be spoken to, as well, with Stuart Graham – another 'biker turned auto racer – assuming responsibility of Surtees' 500cc MV Agusta. It's 60 years since John won the Big showdown with the group, which had been urged to enter senior hustling by Stuart's dad, Les.
Observers will have the capacity to investigate the Mercedes-Benz World site amid the day, while at night there will be a champagne gathering – with Steve Rider meeting the racers and big name visitors, in addition to a philanthropy closeout.
Parcels incorporate a voyage through the Mercedes GP manufacturing plant, a Brooklands Concorde Gold Test system Flight, in addition to memorabilia including hustling gloves marked by Jenson Catch and Kimi Raikkonen.
To enter a group of four for the karting, or to purchase a ticket for the night gathering, see www.henrysurteesfoundation.com or email email@example.com for more points of interest.
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