We may have inadvertently have given the impression in previous editions of Bankstone News that the level of excitement surrounding the forthcoming Daytona Milton Keynes Insurance Endurance event could not get much higher. We now realise that it would be untrue, and indeed that Bankstone News would be a liar, if we were to say to you that, Dear Reader, it couldn’t get much higher. In fact it just has!

The proximate cause of this latest unanticipated up tick in excitement has been the delivery of Daytona’s new fleet of karts which are a literally terrifying 1 second per lap faster than the previous karts and are equipped with state of the art braking systems and high-performance Bridgestone JLS tyres. Click here for the full low-down on the crazy new prokarts. Or to simply get on and book your team’s place click here instead.

Incidentally, while you’re here, please take a second to glance across and down a bit to the left hand side of this page and you will note that the Medieval Monkeys 2012 totaliser now stands tantalisingly close to the 100% mark that will allow it to fund a full day’s lifesaving action for those lovable helicopter heroes at Yorkshire Air Ambulance.

If it’s not too much trouble, would you kindly click through to the MM2012 JustGiving site on the other side of the banner bottom left and pledge whatever you can afford to help us reach that target.

And while we are on the subject of fundraising for good causes, you might also want to consider supporting our friends at Colin Appleyard Motorcycles who embark on a 24 hour “commute” in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support on 31 August 2012. Quite what sort of commuting involves riding all day and all of the night, Bankstone News is uncertain, but Appleyard staff and customers have pledged to ride throughout the night stopping only for fuel and rider changes on a brand new Yamaha Vity scooter which will then be raffled off, with the proceeds going to Macmillan. If you would like to support this excellent if mildly nonsensical initiative (who are we to quibble), you can purchase raffle tickets online here or indeed at any of our the six Appleyards dealerships. We strongly recommend you do so.

Also… longstanding readers of Bankstone News will be delighted/appalled to learn that these pages will soon see the return of much missed/long forgotten motoring correspondent Marty Butch who is shortly to be let loose on the automotive prides and joys of assorted friends and associates of leading professional claims handling firm Bankstone.

In short, there’s never been a better time to be a Bankstone News subscriber! It’s always been like this, sadly.


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