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WD-40 PARTNERS WITH SGP FOR HORSENS & CARDIFF SGP ROUNDS

WD-40 named as Danish FIM Speedway Grand Prix title sponsor and Adrian Flux British SGP technical partner.

18 / 06 / 2018, 16:00

Global lubricant giant WD-40 Company has joined forces with the FIM Speedway Grand Prix series.

The San Diego-based icon will serve as title sponsor of the Danish SGP in Horsens on June 30, as well as a technical partner at the Adrian Flux British SGP in Cardiff on July 21, where they will supply product for the SGP stars.

Their yellow and blue can is known throughout the world and WD-40 Company encompasses a group of brands featuring a full range of high-performance products spanning maintenance, specialty and cleaning products for all corners of the industrial realm, enthusiasts, hobbyists and home.

Speedway racing is the natural next motorcycle sport for us to get involved in and we are delighted to be supporting this thrilling spectacle at the highest level there is.

Martin Hawyes​

BSI Speedway managing director Torben Olsen is delighted to welcome WD-40 into the SGP series.

He said: “It’s a privilege to join forces with a brand and company as well known throughout the world as WD-40.

“They have a fantastic record of supporting motorsport globally and we look forward to working with them to increase their involvement and profile in the speedway world.”

Martin Hawyes​, two wheels channel manager for WD-40, said: “WD-40 Company is proud to extend its motorsport involvement by partnering with the Danish SGP and Adrian Flux British SGP in Cardiff.

“WD-40 Company already has a well-established reputation within motorcycle sport with successful partnerships already existing in the British Superbike Championship with Team WD-40, the World Superbike Championship with the Aruba IT Ducati team and at MotoGP Level with the Alma Pramac Ducati team.

“WD-40 Company also has a well-established reputation in the off-road world with its support of national and international level trials and motocross events.

“Speedway racing is the natural next motorcycle sport for us to get involved in and we are delighted to be supporting this thrilling spectacle at the highest level there is. We wish all riders and teams the best of luck, and we can’t wait to see the action in Horsens and Cardiff.”

 

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