The Gibson Racing team is holding an event at Benalla to help a local driver in his Formula 1 challenge.January 31, 2013 4:55am
Michael Gibson is holding a fundraising night at Benalla Bowls Club in February to help him in his Formula 1 challenge.
The Gibson Racing Team is holding a Grand Prix Fundraising Dinner at the Benalla Bowls Club on Saturday, February 23.
Head along to a great night of entertainment and food to help raise funds for championship winning driver Michael Gibson to race at the Phillip Island Classic and the Australian Grand Prix in March.
Gibson is a locally raised racing driver who is going places so get behind him to help his fundraising efforts.
There will be a live band, The Buffalo Theory, and a racing simulator will be hooked up for the night so for a gold coin donation, you get a crack at earning your own ‘Gibson Racing Team’ shirt.
There is also a fundraising auction with a genuine signed Mick Jagger microphone, two weekends at the ‘Gibson’s on Fox’ at Winton up for grabs, and ‘The Block’ in Howqua — plus more!
This is a pre-booked event with limited numbers, so book now. The cost is $80 per head and the dress code is formal so no thongs or singlets. Phone 0401
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