Speed of Sight delivers track days for disabled people.
It’s hard enough for most of us to race 200 laps over 27 hours in Gran Turismo Sport without rage quitting or falling asleep. So when a visually impaired sim racer tackles a Nurburgring challenge for charity, it’s even more impressive.
A charity challenge will see a motoring enthusiast take on the virtual challenge of one of motor racing’s toughest circuits.
A VISUALLY IMPAIRED man will be driving 200 laps in 27 hours without sleep to raise money for Bolton charity, Speed Of Sight, which delivers track days for disabled people.