With just two weeks left to go until the long awaited Insurance Endurance 2012 karting event at Daytona Milton Keynes, excitement is nearing fever pitch. There are still just a few precious places left on the starting grid for teams who have not yet found time to enter.
Insurance Endurance offers a great corporate day out and unparalleled networking opportunities with the great and the good of the motor insurance market. For the piffling outlay of just £1040, teams of up to ten individuals get to compete in what is surely the ultimate sporting challenge for insurance professionals who like to compete sitting down.
Daytona Milton Keynes now boast just-in supercharged new karts that whisk competitors round the rubber tyre lined circuit faster than ever before – even the considerably portly ones – making this a once in a life time annual event.
In the frankly improbable event you need further convincing here’s a quick re-cap of our previously published list of great things about Insurance Endurance 2012:
Insurance Endurance offers you all this:
Unparalleled networking opportunities (as noted above)
The chance to mix with anyone who is everyone in insurance (ditto, kind of)
Outstanding corporate entertainment bang for buck (no further comment)
If IE doesn’t bond you, nothing will!
A rich source of humorous anecdotal material for future reference
Some proper fun for a change
You’ll be really sorry if you don’t go and then you have to listen to everyone else’s crazy stories
A commemorative team hat or fleece, if you are lucky
A trophy if you and the rest of your team are lucky and/or good at karting
A chance to find out whether those new 70mph prokarts are really safe
An opportunity to take the wheels off an old F1 car
An outlet for all your pent up frustrations
One of the most pleasurable experiences known to man
The prospect of a new nickname honouring your failings as driver/human being
A high-octane alternative to golf
More glamour than Monte Carlo’s Rendez-Vous de Septembre
More karts than Brands Hatch
More slippy-slidy corners than a jar full of dice in olive oil
A chance to show off and/or make a tit of yourself
Counts towards your CPD (better check that with the CII)
Somewhere else to be on a Friday
A chance to learn new things about yourself and your business associates
Deliverance from the temptations of alcohol
Burgers and stuff
So don’t delay, book your team place online today at www.daytona.co.uk or if you don’t like computers, simply call Mark Wimblett at Daytona on 0845 644 5504.