02:59AM, Saturday 15 December 2012
It has been a week today since a new go-karting centre was officially opened in Stafferton Way in Maidenhead.
The Absolute Karting track was opened with a day of charity racing with drivers encouraged to compete against each other to raise money for SportsAble.
Manager Adam Scott said about £100 was raised from driver's entry fees for the disabled sports charity in Braywick Road.
"We are encouraging people to come down to the track and have a look, because many people have never been karting before," he said.
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