Lanson’s Francesca Pattison organised a go-karting event for the press and Fidelity’s multi-managers last week but had clearly arranged private classes in advance as she was all over Money Marketing’s back end like a crazy woman in the closing stages. After two laps of jostling and some keen attempts at a pass, she took advantage of a schoolboy error to seize the inside line and race ahead. Fidelity won the event, Lansons came second. And they say journalists are competitive…
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