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Ninja Karts set to thrill at Swaffham Raceway

PUBLISHED: 18:16 03 April 2018 | UPDATED: 18:17 03 April 2018

The Ninja Karts take centre stage at Swaffham Raceway this weekend. Picture: Swaffham Raceway

The Ninja Karts take centre stage at Swaffham Raceway this weekend. Picture: Swaffham Raceway

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The young guns return to the Swaffham Raceway this coming Sunday in their Ninja Karts.

Young drivers aged between six and 11 years old from all over the United Kingdom will be competing in the first round of the Swaffham Ninja Kart track championship.

Star drivers taking to the west Norfolk track will include Anthony Weaver (207) from the Kent area, and a pair of local brothers who are very much up and coming – Toby and Josh Parfit from Norwich.

The great legend Ally Cox – well known for his banger racing exploits at Swaffham raceway for those who can remember back to the 1990s, has three of his great grandsons appearing in the Ninja Karts – Dominic, Aiden and Jack Garrod are all starting in the lower graded races .

The race action begins at 12.30pm on Sunday with a great line-up of support formulas including banger, Mondeo rods and Streetstoxs. Admission is £13 for adults with free admisison for children under 16. For more details go to www.swaffhamarena.com.

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