Dream Team sign up for new karting sprint series.
RADIO Le Mans is heading to Sunderland next weekend after confirmation that commentator John Hindhaugh will be in the box for the opening round of Warden Law Kart Club's new racing series.
Last week we revealed how Joe Bradley will be taking the mic when the new IKR Sprint Series begins next Sunday - and now his partner in crime Hindhaugh has also been confirmed.
The presence of the 'dream team' brings incredible prestige to the event, which will be held at Karting North East.
The pair are not only famous for round-the-clock circuit coverage of Le Mans 24-Hours each year, but also have a global fanbase for their legendary sportscar commentary and are particularly big with American audiences.
Next Sunday's event is the first race for the brand new club, which has been created by new circuit owner and local businessman, Matt Hunter.
It will run across six rounds with events in April, June, August and October while the circuit will also play host to the final round of the Rotax British Championship in September.
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|Publication:||Sunday Sun (Newcastle, England)|
|Date:||Feb 9, 2020|
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