A charity go-karting team beat off an all-star celebrity team to win the Damon Hill Karting Challenge at Daytona Sandown Park.

Led by Whiteley Village resident Paula Hamilton, the Hamilton Flyers, had the best average time on the day and topped the podium.

They beat of the all start team which was made up of Hollywood stunt driver Salvio Cachia, Top Gear presenter Rory Reid, Le Mans driver Warren McKinley, GT4 Ferrari driver Devon Modell and Top Gear Driver Jon Platt.

A total of £16,000 was raised by the event. Damon Hill, patron of the event, which supports young people with learning disabilities.

Paula’s leading driver 19-year-old Bobby Trundley who is autistic, is an amazing young man and ‘came to life’ via karting. Next year Paula and her team are looking forward to defending their title.