Wednesday 29.05.2024 ΚΕΡΚΥΡΑ

Display of souped-up cars by Corfu Racing Club in Upper Square

Liston
04 Feb 2024 / 17:14

CORFU. For many years, CRC has been organising events, races, and seminars on the island and throughout Greece with the aim of fostering interest, love, engagement, and performance in motor sports.

On the occasion of the cutting of the New Year Cake, Corfu Racing Club organised a two-day event with an exhibition of souped-up cars and motorbikes, karts, booths with promotional material from the club, a racing simulator, and a projector screen in Liston on Saturday, February 3rd, starting at 15:00, and on Sunday, February 4th, starting at 10:00.

Members of the public who came along had the opportunity to see and appreciate a variety of impressive models.

The programme on Sunday ran as follows:

11:00 Presentation of the club's race drivers and their vehicles.

12:00 Cutting of the cake and thanks to the municipal authorities.

13:00 Announcement of the racing schedule and activities for 2024.

13:30 Lucky draw (cake floori).

The club was established in August 2007 and has been actively engaged to this day with a significant response from the Corfu community and notable resonance at the national level in Greece.

 

It is the sole motor sports club on the island with recognition from the General Secretariat of Sports. Recognized by the Hellenic Autosports Federation, it belongs to the privileged clubs in Greece with approximately 35 active members participating in Panhellenic car race championships, in addition to its hundreds of active members and thousands of social media followers.

For many years, CRC has been organising events, races, and seminars on the island and throughout Greece with the aim of fostering interest, love, engagement, and performance in motor sports with cars and karts, encompassing various motorsports and related activities.

These include theoretical and practical instruction, the development and cultivation of racing car driving skills, as well as promoting safe and non-hazardous driving practices in general. The club is actively involved in education for the preparation of racing cars, providing cultural or any other sports-related programmes to its athletes and other members of the association, all while highlighting and promoting our region.

For information, contact the club's president and representative, Mr. Manis Spyros, at the phone number 6945 978 917 or via email at [email protected].

VASSILIS PANTAZOPOULOS

Photos/Video: Enimerosi