A teenager from Wellingborough who battled a brain tumour when he was seven-years-old was one of the special guests at a supercar event held Rockingham Speedway earlier this month.
Mikey Wells was treated top a spin around the track at the huge event, as well as a chat with TV presenter Craig Phillips.
The two-day event was held to raise money for the Children’s Trust - the UK’s leading charity for children who have suffered brain injuries.
Some of the world’s most impressive supercars took part, including a McLaren 570GT, Ferrari 488 Spider, Ariel Nomad and Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera.
One of the organisers, Peter Dietsch, who has volunteered for The Children’s Trust for more than 10 years, said: “It was a bold move taking the event to Rockingham, but exciting to see the cars on a bigger track.
“We’re delighted with how it went and had some really special cars join us, plus we raised a fantastic amount to help children with brain injury.
“It’s a real team effort and a privilege to be part of such a generous and committed community. I can’t wait to start work on next year’s event, it’s guaranteed to get bigger and better.”
Katie Roberts, from The Children’s Trust, said: “The generosity of our visitors and everyone who volunteers never fails to amaze me.”