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Prince Carl Philip opens a motor racing track for people with disabilities

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Prince Carl Philip speaks with Sven Brygg, a member of Kumla Motor Sports Association for the Disabled. Photo: royalcourt.se

On Saturday 28 September, Prince Carl Philip opened Kumla's new motor racing track for people with disabilities.
The Prince was welcomed to Kumla Town Hall by County Governor Rose-Marie Frebran, Chair of the Municipal Executive Board Katarina Hansson and Chairman of Kumla Motor Sports Association for the Disabled Jens Larsson.
The Prince at Kumla Town Hall with Chairman of Kumla Motor Sports Association for the Disabled Jens Larsson, Chair of the Municipal Executive Board Katarina Hansson and the County Governor and her husband. Photo: royalcourt.se

The Prince at Kumla Town Hall with Chairman of Kumla Motor Sports Association for the Disabled Jens Larsson, Chair of the Municipal Executive Board Katarina Hansson and the County Governor and her husband. Photo: royalcourt.se

The Prince was given a tour of Bielkemässen at Kumla Town Hall before lunch was served.
 
The afternoon began with Prince Carl Philip opening the new motor racing track for people with disabilities, after which he took part in an exhibition competition together with four other drivers.
The prize-giving ceremony after the exhibition competition. Photo: royalcourt.se

The prize-giving ceremony after the exhibition competition. Photo: royalcourt.se

The visit concluded with The Prince being given a tour of the venue and learning about operations.