The organiser of an advanced driver training course for young farmers across the Midlands has warned others not to think they're 'invincible'.
Milly Wastie, 28, the chair of the National Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs, says she organised the driving sessions at the Prodrive track in Warwickshire because she lost a friend in a rural car accident when she was 17.
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