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participation in sport has reached the final of a competition to win ÂŁ1,500. ThisAbility Somerset is a yearlyhosted healthy living and sports event, which attracted nearly 600 people in 2012, and will return on September 15th. Bristol driver Dino Zamparelli picked up his first GP3 points in Valencia earlier this month. The Bristol Sport-backed youngster, racing in his first season in the competition, recorded a ninth-placed finish in Spain.
June issue of the regional online sports magazine