HAVE you ever wanted to experience the thrill of racing? The Wacky Go-Kart Races 2012 might provide just the opportunity.

Drivers will have the chance to compete in the annual event and speed to victory down a hillside near Kings Worthy from 2pm on Sunday, June 24.

Proceeds go to the Winchester-based charity, A Better Life, that raises money to help street children in Mongolia.

Sponsored by Mercedes-Benz and Hill Farm Garage, it takes place at Bull Farm in Kings Worthy, followed by an award ceremony at The King Charles Pub opposite.

There will be food available at the races, along with a Pimm’s tent.

Competitors must enter using their own hand-built go-karts, which should have a minimum of four wheels and no power source. Helmets must be worn when racing and drivers enter at their own risk.

Prospective entrants will find entry forms at abetterlife.mn. Registration costs £3, with a charge of £1 per race.