Images: Richard Spencer-Fleet riding his new Chamois branded Triumph 765
As the 2023 UK motorcycle racing season commences, we’re delighted to announce that we’ve once again renewed our corporate sponsorship of the motorcycle racing team, RSF Racing. Following the demise of the popular one-make Ducati TriOptions Cup, RSF Racing’s rider, Richard Spencer-Fleet, will be competing in a number of different national level events on a new Triumph 765, that has been built very close to Moto2 specification.
As well as having extended our cash sponsorship contribution for 2023, we will continue to assist the team with sponsorship acquisition and management services and we will help them with their PR. As has been done previously, the team will also be helping Chamois with the provision of corporate hosting opportunities which will extend to some on-track instruction for motorcycling Chamois guests on track days. The first 2023 event of this type took place in Spain in March where RSF Racing and Chamois CEO, Jamie Clarke, were joined on track by two of the directors from Chamois client Alcon Components Ltd.
Jamie Clarke, our CEO said: “once again, this is fantastic news! Richard had a tough season in 2022 hampered by some crashes and serious injuries that set him back considerably. But, he’s back on his feet (or wheels) now and he’s proving himself yet again to be a clear talent. I’m simply delighted to be able to associate the Chamois brand with such an energetic and exciting activity for yet another season”. He added: “part of what we do for the team is to help them find, manage and retain other sponsors. If anyone is interested in learning more about the benefits and the exceptional value for money on offer in a sponsorship partnership with RSF Racing then I’d be very happy to explain; please do feel free to get in contact with me at any stage. I’m also looking forward to Richard continuing to coach some of our clients on track days this summer; we had a great time together in Spain last month with one of our motorsport clients, Alcon”.