Renowned motorsport retailer, Demon Tweeks, have today been unveiled as an Official Partner of the British Kart Championship, which gets underway this weekend with the first round of the Rotax series at PFi.
Founded in 1971, Demon Tweeks has grown to one of Britain’s largest motorsport retailers, helping competitors at every level realise their motorsport ambitions.
This partnership will cover all categories of the 18-round British championship and extend Demon Tweeks’ already strong links with the British Motorsport scene.
Jon Minshaw, CEO of Demon Tweeks, said: “We are very proud to support the British motorsport scene through our various partnerships in racing, rallying, autotest and karting. Our years of hands-on motorsport experience have resulted in a business that is set apart by its ability to inform, assist and guide customers and fellow competitors alike. We are here to help navigate the exhilarating and adrenaline-fuelled world of motorsport.
“We are very pleased to further our involvement in UK motorsport by becoming the Official Partner of the British Kart Championship. The British Kart Championship is the perfect proving ground for the future stars of our sport and we are looking forward to the thrilling action getting underway this weekend.”
Martin Fallon, Commercial Manager at Motorsport UK commented: “We are delighted to announce Demon Tweeks as an Official Partner of the British Kart Championships. Demon Tweeks is a brand synonymous with motorsport in the UK and we’re pleased that they will be supporting the next generation of British stars.”
The 2019 British Kart Championship starts this weekend, 30-31 March with competitors in the Rotax classes doing battle at the famed PFi circuit. Drivers in the Iame, TKM, KZ2 and Honda Cadet categories will also fight it out over the course of the season to become the next British Champion.
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