Bright gift for try at record
A GWENDRAETH business will tomorrow help one of its customers try to break the world record for the furthest distance travelled on a disability scooter.
Custom Print Works, in Bancffosfelen, will provide high-visibility clothing to Steve Tarrent, who was badly injured when he was hit by a 1968 Lotus F1 car at around 140pmh at Goodwood.
The driver and another marshal were killed and Mr Tarrent lost a leg, with the other being shattered by the impact. He is known across the country as a motor sport marshal and was at Le Mans this week for the 24 Hour race.
Gareth Davies, the owner of Custom Print Works, said: "Steve is an inspiration, getting on with life as he does, and we wish him all the best for the attempt which I am confident he will break by some margin."
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The record attempt is at Peterborough Speedway. All funds raised in the attempt will go to The Royal British Legion.