AP Racing, leading manufacturer of performance brake and clutch systems for road and race cars, has signed up as the official brake and clutch supplier for Coventry Motofest 2016, in turn renewing their sponsorship from last year’s event.
The Coventry based company is a renowned brand within the motorsport industry establishing itself as a key supplier to all levels of international motorsport formulae, including single seat racing, rallying, sports car racing, stock car racing and touring cars.
In 2014 alone, AP Racing supplied either brakes, clutches or both to over 30 champions across the entire spectrum of the motorsport world and every Formula One Championship since 1967 has been won using their equipment.
David Hamblin, Head of Sales & Marketing for AP Racing said: “We’re incredibly proud of our association with Coventry, so it is of no surprise that we’ve decided to continue to provide sponsorship for this festival based in our hometown for a second year.
“AP Racing is looking forward to enjoying this event with the local community, and celebrating Coventry’s contribution to the global industry.”
As one of the major sponsors for Coventry Motofest, AP Racing’s branding will feature across signage, the event’s online presence and marketing materials.
James Noble, Coventry Motofest Festival Director, said: “It’s fantastic news to have AP Racing sign up as a key sponsor for the second consecutive year.
“AP Racing is synonymous with sporting success within the Motorsport Industry, so to have them renew their sponsorship demonstrates the ongoing success and increasing profile of Coventry Motofest.
“We look forward to announcing more headline sponsors for Coventry Motofest in the next few weeks.”
Coventry’s Motofest 2016 is a two-day festival – with additional launch events on Friday 3 June -dedicated to the city’s motoring heritage, which this year takes place on Saturday June 4 and Sunday June 5.
There will be a range of automotive activities taking place from pop-up racing and demonstration events to static displays and fringe events – an ‘Edinburgh Festival’ for cars, bikes and vehicles.