Charity challenge at Clinton a success

06:30 PM 30 Sep 2013 NZDT
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Group driver shot with childcan kids Leading trainer and drivers
Group driver shot with childcan kids
Leading trainer and drivers

The 33rd Annual Charity Challenge held at Clinton Raceway this afternoon was a huge success. The point based challenge was contested over the twelve race card and featured Clinton Raceways top eight drivers.

The battle went right down to the last race, with Trevor Henry taking back the title for the first time since 2007.

Clinton's top trainer and driver was also presented on following the last race of the day. George McClure was the leading trainer, with the top driver coming down to a tie. Trevor Henry and Billy Davis Jr took home the title this year.

The real winner's of the day were the families that are assisted by Childcan. Many volunteers were out, despite the less that perfect weather to help raise funds for this organization that is committed to helping families through childhood cancer diagnosis. All of the driver's donated their fees, there was a silent auction, twoonie auction, 50/50 draw and bake sale. While there wasn't a total available at press time they had a very successful day and was a great wrap up to the 2013 season at Clinton Raceway.

Jessica Carnochan
 

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