Consultants are fans of Elta karting challenge

Elta Fans

Building-services consultants from across the south east of England took on the challenge of the track at a karting event organised by Elta Fans. Michael Crees from Watkins Group was the day’s champion, with Joe Kershaw from CJ Design second and Matthew Bradstock of DHP third.

The 900 m Lakeside Karting circuit at Thurrock provided a stiff challenge with its twisty infield, very fast back straight and aptly names Devil’s Drop.

The day was organised by Maria Johnson, Elta’s key-account manager for the south east region.

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