Latest News Monday 24th January 2022, 10:32am
THE Ben Fund has added three more dashes of national stardom to its Bonanza line-up after confirming Charles Wright, Danny King and Sam Masters amongst the 16-strong field.
They join Peterborough trio Scott Nicholls, Jordan Palin and Ulrich Ostergaard as confirmed starters for the return of the flagship event at the East of England Arena on March 27.
Like most who are clamouring to race in the 2022 meeting, all three have benefitted from the Benevolent Fund's help at one stage in their career.
More recently, 2019 British Champion Charles Wright carried Ben Fund insignia on his British Grand Prix kevlars, which were then auctioned for a hefty donation of nearly £1500 to the charity.
SRBF chairman Paul Ackroyd said: "We continue to be blown away by the response not only of the general public to the Bonanza meeting but to all the riders who want to take part.
"It has always been a pleasure to deal with Charles, Danny and Sam and they had no hesitation in accepting our invitation to race in this year's meeting.
"All are well-respected riders, very much liked by fans across the country and I'm sure they will be giving it everything they've got at Peterborough.
"It is shaping up to be a very exciting event. There are plenty of ways for people to get involved, besides of course attending on March 27.
"We have a lot of sponsorship opportunities for the 2022 Ben Fund Bonanza, from meeting sponsorship to programme advertising and rider mascots amongst others.
"If anyone is interested, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us to discuss the options available; we're always happy to hear from you all.
To view a full range of 2022 Ben Fund Bonanza sponsorship opportunities, click here: https://bit.ly/3fRm7WY.