Freddie Hunt returns to competitive racing
Hunt is set for his first competitive race in over two years.
Freddie Hunt, son of 1976 Formula One World Champion James Hunt is set to return to competitive racing this weekend in Club Formula Ford at Castle Coombe race track. Supported by X-Value, the sports betting and trading platform Hunt is set for his first competitive race in over two years.
Hunt commented “this weekend is a great opportunity for me to get back behind the wheel and blow all the cobwebs away especially in preparation for the MRF Formula 2000 Championship which is now less than two months away”. Hunt is set to return to top flight racing alongside Mathias Lauda, son of three times Formula One World Champion Niki Lauda when they race for M & N Racing in the 12 race series across the Middle East & India.
Freddie Hunt is currently looking for sponsorship and can offer a wide range of rights.
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