The Southwest, UK based Marketing and PR Agency, Chamois Consulting Ltd has today agreed a deal to support the British Championship Motorcycle Racing Team, RSF Racing, in 2018. Under this agreement, Chamois will assist RSF Racing with the provision of sponsorship acquisition and management services, strategic advice and ongoing PR support throughout the 2018 season.
RSF Racing is a UK based, amateur motorcycle racing team competing at British Championship level, in association with the Army Road Race Team. In 2018, RSF Racing will be entering a bike in the Ducati TriOptions Cup riding a Ducati 959 Panigale. This is a popular and prestigious one-make series, held in exceptionally high regard within the motorsport community. The Ducati TriOptions Cup will continue to feature as a support race at MCE British Superbike Championship events in 2018, with an agreement in place between Ducati UK and series organisers MSVR to extend their current partnership. The agreement strengthens the presence of the iconic Ducati brand on the MCE British Superbike (BSB) programme as the one make Cup continues to grow. The MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship (BSB) continues to assert itself as the greatest domestic bike series in the world and a producer of some of the sport’s hottest properties.
RSF Racing’s manager and rider, Richard Spencer-Fleet said: “this is fantastic news for our team and we’re delighted to have secured Chamois as our first major sponsor, this early in our campaign. Jamie and his team at Chamois are experts in their field and obtaining their help will be fundamental in assisting us to generate, manage and support our other key sponsors throughout the year”.
Jamie Clarke, Director and Founder at Chamois said: “we selected RSF Racing as we’ve spotted a real opportunity for top-quality brand exposure at a fraction of the price you’d expect when compared to many other motorsport opportunities. The fact that they’re running in the TriOptions Cup alongside the prestigious British Superbike Championship means that their sponsors will enjoy something quite special, in my opinion”. Jamie added: “On a personal level, I’ve seen something I like in their rider, Richard, too. The fact he’s in the Army, has been a member of the Army Ski Team and is now racing a motorbike at British Championship level has brought back some distant yet fond memories for me! I know first-hand what is required to compete in a campaign such as this and I wish Richard and his team the very best of luck for 2018. It’s a real pleasure to be helping them”.
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