Bangers 4 Ben 2021 – It’s not over yet!

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So, our safari themed Zafira has returned safely home after an epic four days’, 1000 mile trip without any mechanical failing or fire.

This year, due to the pandemic, the rally was based in the UK which some had suggested would not be as much fun as previous years. However, those doubters were quickly proved wrong as the teams were immediately driving some fantastic roads without the normal ferry crossings or long and laborious motorway journeys.

The team set off from Newbury on Saturday travelling to Telford via Beacons Reservoir, The Black Mountain Pass and Devil’s Staircase, enjoying some of the best roads in Wales. The following day, they made their way to Buxton via Evo Triangle, Peak District and Cat and Fiddle. Then on day three, they travelled to York through the Peak District taking Snake Pass then the Yorkshire Dales using Fleet Moss Pass, and Buttertubs Pass. On the final day, they drove to the Lake District visiting Derwent Dam, Robin Hood’s Cave and ending up at the Great British Car Journey in Ambergate, where the team were treated to a tour of the museum.

With respect to fun, it equalled that of previous years.

The team has already raised a massive £20,000 but it’s not over yet! The bangers will be sent to auction with all proceeds of the sales going into the pot.

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