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Help Louth boy Lewis achieve his racing dreams

Lewis Jolly, 14, hopes to achieve his dream and become a racing driver. EMN-140624-141507001

Lewis Jolly, 14, hopes to achieve his dream and become a racing driver. EMN-140624-141507001

Year Nine Cordeaux Academy student Lewis Jolly needs your support to achieve his dream of becoming a racing 
driver.

Lewis, 14, who has been kart racing for three years, has entered a competition run by The Blair Project, a charity that aims to support children from ordinary families who want to make the break into motor racing.

The competition will give three lucky racers the chance to win a fully funded racing season.

Lewis uploaded a short video to YouTube explaining why he should be chosen to become the next rising star in motor racing, and it has already been viewed more than 500 times.

He has reached the final eight, and now needs friends, family, and local residents to vote 
for him.

Lewis said: “I am a massive fan of motorsport and F1 and hope to race or be apart of when I am older.”

You can vote for Lewis by going to The Blair Project Facebook page, then go to ‘more posts’ and look for 
Lewis Jolly.

Just watch Lewis’s video and ‘like’ it - it’s as simple as that. You can also log into YouTube to search for Lewis and vote again if you wish.

The closing date is June 27.

 

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