Organisers for the ‘Race against cancer’ charity kart race in Britain have confirmed 30 motorsport stars for their main event on Sunday.
Drivers from GP2, Formula Three, Touring Cars and even motorbike racers will gather at Rye House on Sunday for an event which is raising money for the Cancer Research charity.
British F3 and F3 Euro Series champions Marko Asmer and Romain Grosjean are two of the high-profile names attending, while World Touring Car Championship race winners Alain Menu and Rob Huff are also competing.
Event organiser Rick Osborn said: “What’s great is that not only is the driver line-up populated by a variety of nationalities, but also that many of the drivers are currently in fine form in their respective championships.
“Marko Asmer and Romain Grosjean who have just won the British and European F3 championships, plus Mika Kallio (250cc MotoGP) and Javier Villa GP2) are stars of the future in the two and four wheeled world.
“Throw in the experienced and popular hands of Alain Menu and Tim Sugden and it should make for a fantastic day of racing.”
More information on Sunday’s event can be found on the event’s website.
- Marko Asmer - British F3
- Sam Bird – British F3
- Riki Christodoulou – UK Formula Renault
- Dan Clarke – Champcars
- Jonny Cocker – British GT
- Chaz Davies – MotoGP
- Thor-Christian Ebbesvik – Spanish F3
- Maro Engel – British F3
- Romain Grosjean – European F3
- Matt Hamilton – Formula Palmer Audi
- Ben Hanley – World Series Renault
- Chris Harris – British Speedway
- Sebastien Hohenthal – British F3
- Rob Huff – WTCC
- James Jakes – European F3
- Stephen Jelley – British F3
- Mika Kallio – MotoGP 250
- Jonathan Kennard – British F3
- Jon Lancaster – French Formula Renault
- Katherine Legge – Champcar
- Stacey McMahon – Australian 125cc
- Alain Menu – WTCC
- Atte Mustonen – British F3
- Alexandre Premat – DTM
- Bradley Smith – MotoGP 125
- Tim Sugden – Sports cars
- Henry Surtees – Formula BMW
- Laura Tillett – European Karting
- Darren Turner – BTCC
- Javier Villa – GP2