Gypcraft recently teamed up with teams from a wide range of industries and individuals to provide vital support for the 2023 Teenage Cancer Trust Karting event, playing a pivotal role in the fundraiser, fielding two Platinum Plus Teams and demonstrating their dedication to the cause alongside teams from different sectors.

The Teenage Cancer Trust Karting event, organized by Rusty and Friends, delivered a thrilling afternoon of racing and camaraderie that resulted in an impressive £13,215 raised for the Teenage Cancer Trust. Notably, this year’s fundraising effort marked the third-largest sum collected in the event’s sixteen-year history, bringing the cumulative contributions to an impressive £148,621.

Gypcraft’s teams showcased their skills on the track, securing 13th and 18th place finishes in real-time standings, a testament to our commitment and competitive spirit. However, our most significant triumph was being crowned the Overall Winner of the entire race, a remarkable achievement considering the fierce competition from diverse teams.

As part of Gypcraft’s commitment to giving back to the community, Teenage Cancer Trust has been selected as their Charity of the Year.

The event was organized with the primary goal of supporting the Teenage Cancer Trust, a charity dedicated to improving the lives of young people facing cancer. The trust provides specialised care and support, ensuring that no young person faces cancer alone.

In recognition of Gypcraft’s dedication, the event organisers extended their heartfelt thanks to the company for its significant contribution to the cause.

Gypcraft extends its appreciation to the event organizers, fellow competitors from various industries, and all those who rallied behind the Teenage Cancer Trust Karting event.

About Teenage Cancer Trust: The Teenage Cancer Trust is a UK-based charity dedicated to improving the lives of young people facing cancer. They provide specialized nursing care, support, and facilities to ensure that young people don’t have to face cancer alone. For more information, please visit