The Concept Management / Daytona Go-Karting team building night captured all the excitement and tension of a genuine Formula 1 to test the mettle of the most disciplined team.
Designed as the ultimate bonding and team-building exercise, The Daytona Challenge sees teams competing against each other and the clock and is the perfect activity to complement any corporate function.
Daytona provided all necessary equipment, full briefing, digital timing, trophies and photos too.
The Daytona Challenge really is the ultimate Team-building activity, so with this in mind twenty budding Lewis Hamilton’s made their way to Daytona Manchester looking forward to a night of racing then a night on the town to toast successes or drown sorrows.
There were two heats of ten riders, competing against the clock and the ten fastest competed in the A final and the ten slowest would compete in the B Final.
Needless to say, the event brought out the fierce competitor in everyone and competition was tough.
Podium places for Richard Collier, third, Wayne Darcy, second and the winner, Robert Collier who won the A final.
The B final podium places were Mark Wilding, third, John Haddock, second with John Gilbertson taking first.
Thank you to the guys at Daytona for a great night.