The Copenhagen Historic Grand Prix pays tribute to racecars and their development from the dawn of motorsport to today’s electric and hybrid machines. It was then natural that the Team Peugeot TotalEnergies was here this weekend in the streets of Copenhagen.
Factory driver Mikkel Jensen immediately said yes when asked if he wanted to come along! After meeting the fans all weekend at the TotalEnergies booth for autograph sessions, Mikkel partook the race for Riget event. He ran many laps with guests to raise the biggest amount of money possible for sick kids. When the weekend finished, more than 99000 euros were raised, a record for this event.
It was a memorable experience that Mikkel has already noted in his agenda for next year. « It was a great weekend in Copenhagen, I had a lot of fun driving in this race. The track was very narrow with walls all around the circuit, allowing the guests to really feel the sensation of speed. The event’s atmosphere was incredible and I’m happy that we managed to raise so much money for the kids. I hope to come back next year, a big thank you to TotalEnergies and Peugeot for this weekend. »