Apico 2-Stroke Festival announces £5000 sponsorship package for 2019
This season the Apico 2-Stroke Festival gave away a lot of prizes to riders of all levels and gave the massive opportunity to one lucky rider in the 85cc class for supporting the Apico 2-stroke festival.
Feature image courtesy of Adam Duckworth
The young winner received a sponsorship package worth £5000 for 2019 from the title sponsor Apico Factory Racing. You may have already seen the talented young rider Jack Grayshon across our channels. We are pleased to announce that Apico Factory Racing will continue to support the 2019 2-Stroke Festival with product and prizes for registered riders of the series and offer one 85cc rider the same dream deal of being an Apico sponsored rider. The deal is worth £5000 for the 2019 season.
Apico’s Dylan Brown is the man behind this amazing and unique collaboration, his passion for the sport is huge. He believes there are so many talented young riders out there and is keen to nurture the riders of tomorrow, who are willing to commit to the sport they have so much passion for: “It is good to see such talented riders we’ve helped coming through to the pro ranks and doing well with the support our company is able to offer them. I’d like to think that there’s a young rider out there now that deserves help and who could be a top-level rider in a few years’ time. We at Apico Factory Racing would all be proud to have helped someone achieve their dream of becoming a professional rider. I would hope that they can deliver back on the sponsorship and develop a working relationship together with Apico Factory Racing for the future”.
Apico 2-Stroke Festival organiser Dave Willet said: “It’s great to be involved with such passionate companies within the industry. Apico have been brilliant and fully supportive from the beginning. We share the same vision in what we want to achieve which is a fun family racing atmosphere, rewarding the efforts from the grassroots riders, but also to offer a level of progression for the youth of the sport. So just to clarify all ACU license holders will be taken into consideration for the world and EMX events in 2019 and beyond.Companies like Apico Factory Racing are able to offer the tools for the job in hand and help talented riders to progress and fulfil the dreams and expectations.”
The dates for the 2019 season are as follows:
May 25th and 26th – Marshfield MX, Wiltshire
August 3rd and 4th – Iron Works Moto Parc
September 21st and 22nd – Sellindge MX, Kent
Registration is open and will close on April 24th 2019. It will be open for day entries at the Marshfield opener. The Registration fee of £75 secures you a place at every round, and the cost is £95 per round for Registered riders. All riders must be ACU affiliated, and transponders can be hired on the day.