Weltch Media-supported racing driver Ben Power has been named a finalist in the World Rallycross Championship’s RX Talent Search programme in association with the MSA.
Ben is one of 12 who has been shortlisted from an entry of 120, to compete for a place in the RX Lites Cup category at the World RX round in Turkey.
Aspiring Welsh tennis players enjoyed success in early pre-season tournaments nationally and internationally across various age groups.
At the International Tennis Federation (ITF) event in Malta, Welsh U18s had a week to remember. Cardiff-based Matt Story reached the semi-finals in the male singles while Ricky Tong, also from Cardiff, secured a well-earned place in the quarter-finals.
Weltch Media-supported racing driver Ben Power won a race and broke the track record, but still described his weekend as “disappointing”.
Ben, aged 25, was in action at Croft circuit, North Yorkshire, in the latest rounds of the UK National Legends Car Championship.
Our Weltch Media-supported racing driver, Ben Power, was the overall winner on both days as the hotly contested National Legends Car Championship visited Brands Hatch.
Ben, aged 25, from Guilsfield, near Welshpool, won three races out of the six over the weekend, and finished fourth in the other three.
A tennis coach has played continuously for 25 hours to raise money for charity.
Jonathan Morgan, head coach at Caerphilly Tennis Club, played against all coaching groups at the club, from under 5s through to members of the senior teams, as well as some guests from organisations including our client Tennis Wales and Sport Caerphilly.