Partners raise money for charity in a double win at the Castle Combe race track

Two partners at consultant Davis Langdon have sped past the chequered flag at the Castle Combe race track in Wiltshire.

James Hamilton, a partner in the firm’s project management team, won the Sarik Vacform Formula Ford 1600 Pre-90 championship.

Partner in the management consulting team Russell Brown-Poynter took the firm to a double win when he won the National Mobile Windscreens Class D Saloon Car championship last week.

Hamilton has raced in the last five Formula Ford 1600 seasons.

All proceeds from his sponsorship go to the Racing for Cure campaign, a motor sport initiative to raise money for the Cure Parkinson’s Disease Trust through various track events.

Poynter-Brown survived a major crash in the race, from which his entire pit crew made a narrow escape.

The race runs from March to September and draws competitors from all over the country’s southern region.