Coventry – 2010 F1 Ladies Race Video

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The traditional charity event put on in association with Startrax promotions, takes sabbatical from it’s normal venue of Belle Vue to put on a show at the Coventry Motorsports Stadium.

Vicky Whalley (198) shot off into the lead, quickly persued by Heidi Coleano (470) and it looked like Vicky or Heidi would win until they came to grief on the backstraight, connecting with the Nigel Friswell (353) car which had come to a complete halt, half on the track, half on the infield. Sharon Harris (8) quickly moved herself into the lead and took the chequered flag once again with Sarah Notman driving well to take second using the Joe Booth car.

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