Over 30 daredevil pupils from across school provided some high octane entertainment for a large crowd of friends and family as the annual Cundall Go-Kart Race returned.
Hundreds of spectators watched under beautiful blue skies as the 26 homemade Go-Karts provide speed, theatre and some spectacular but safe crashes. This year saw friends Hugo and Henry, retain the top spot on the podium for a second year running following a morning of fun and heart-stoppingly mad-cap racing.
The winning entry came in the form of a crowd-pleasing theatrical adaptation which tackled the hill route posting a blistering time of 9.57 secs. The winner faced tough competition from runners up Noah and Andrew who posted superb times of 9.75 secs and 10.00 secs respectively.
Joint Head, Amanda Kirby, said: “The event is now a piece of our school’s unique tradition. We always look forward to the race and it is a great way to bring the Cundall community together and have some fun.”
To find out more about the Go-Kart race, visit the school’s facebook page at www.facebook.com/cundallmanor