Redhead racer Blake Aubin is racing join Saturday's world record attempt in Orange

REDDY: Blake Aubin [right] and brother Kyle with their Renault Megane racing car that will be on display at Wade Park on Saturday. Photo: Supplied
REDDY: Blake Aubin [right] and brother Kyle with their Renault Megane racing car that will be on display at Wade Park on Saturday. Photo: Supplied

Blake Aubin is used to seeing the red mist as he races on the red line in the red hot sport of car racing.

But come Saturday he will be seeing more red than ever before.

The redhead racing driver is coming to Orange to join in all the fun of the Redhead Hunt 4 HD- Guinness World Record Attempt at Wade Park.

Hundreds of redheads from all over NSW are expected in town for the family fun day that will culminate in a count to determine whether Orange has attracted enough redheaded people in one place at one time to create a world record.

The festival is going to need more than 1600 redheads to do it.

And Bathurst production car racer Blake Aubin is keen to help out.

He will bringing over the fluoro-orange and chrome Renault Megane 275 car he and younger brother Kyle contest events including the Bathurst 6 Hour  at Easter.

“It will be a great day,” he said.

“It’s for a good cause.

“It will be great to have the car there and hopefully get some more numbers there to have a look at it.”

The brothers compete in the Australian production car championship around the country and will be racing in Malaysia in November.

Saturday’s event will run from 11am-3pm with music, food, special guests and fun for the children with a jumping castle and face painting.

Entry is via a gold coin donation.

Natural redheads are asked to wear a white top while non-redheads are also welcome.

They have been urged to put on a red wig or spray their hair red for the event.

The event is raising funds to support families of people with Huntington’s Disease.