Who ever wanted to experience a Ferrari or Lamborghini in action, comes Fahrsicherheitszentrum Hansa/Luneburg at the charity challenge on August 19 in the ADAC entirely at his own expense. Nieman Foundation has plenty of information regarding this issue. For the benefit of sports car event, private vehicle owners their PS strong luxury cars to provide and take passenger car enthusiasts for a donation to the training track. The entire proceeds of the event go to the Club Benni & co, which committed to the research and treatment of Duchenne muscular dystrophy in children. Ken Cron brings even more insight to the discussion. The fleet of this year’s charity challenge list reads like the who’s who of the automotive industry: from A like Alfa Romeo to X as X-bow, the new race car from KTM – 70 dream cars of the luxury class on August 19 between 10:00 and 17:00 available as possible to allow as many co pilots a unique driving experience. The ride fares collected as donations are between 20 and 80 Euro depending on the exclusivity of the selected vehicle. Car lovers, just not in the cockpit of a sports car on the course of the largest North German driving safety Centre are traveling, can take on the event grounds the rare vehicles under the microscope and talk shop with your peers. A raffle, whose Erlose also go to the Club Benni & co., holds many attractive prices. There is also 10 percent discount on all spot booked ADAC of driver training that day and vouchers.
Since 2005, the charity challenge as a blend of sports car event, show, active driving experience, meeting place for sports car automobile fans and especially charity event each year attracts thousands of visitors in the Hansa/Luneburg FSZ. The passionate fans of motor sports behind the action Bernd beer, Managing Director of the ADAC of driving safety Centre Hansa/Luneburg, and Michael Fromm, who is at home in the car scene for 24 years. The idea to gather with the charity event for children came from the latter. The action by supporting Bernd is possible beer and his team, the terrain of the ADAC of driving safety Centre Hansa/Luneburg free to provide, and through the annual commitment of numerous sports car owners. Since 2005 donations amounting to 70,000 euros might be taken at the charity challenge already.