Seven British Superbike teams to support Minibike Championship

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Seven of the leading MCE British Superbike squads have lent support to the Cool FAB Racing British Minibikes Championship by entering their own teams.

The leading superbike teams supporting grassroots talent are Anvil Hire TAG Yamaha, Buildbase BMW, ePayMe Yamaha, Tyco BMW, Team WD-40, Quattro Plant Kawasaki, Moto Rapido Ducati. Each of these teams have agreed to bring their brand into the Cool FAB Racing series by running their own Minibike teams in the championship.

“By working with leading British Superbike teams; we’re helping to provide an infrastructure that encourages more young riders to try the sport and to take part in the Cool FAB Racing Championship. Our young riders will also have the opportunity to communicate with the people at the top of the sport; helping to cement a path into British Superbike racing,” said Crispin Vitoria, Managing Director of Cool Motor Racing Ltd.

“Team WD-40 were the first to unveil their junior team, and are really pioneering the model for the rest of the British Superbike teams. By working with leading experts in the British Superbike Championship, young riders can be inspired by their superbike heroes while also receiving teaching in safety, racing technique and media training delivered by Cool FAB Racing that will help equip them for a professional racing career.”

The teams will consist of four riders one from AC40Rookie, AC40Pro, Junior LC40 and MiniGP50 classes and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Riders will be allocated to teams over the next few months and will be kitted out in leathers branded in their Superbike team’s colours, branded wrapping for their bike, a team gazebo and will receive official clothing for both the young riders and their parents. All of this will be provided to the riders, at no cost to their parents.

Applications for the junior superbike teams are open to any Minibike rider and you don’t need to be currently racing with Cool FAB Racing to apply for a place. Already over 40 riders have put their details forward for consideration for the teams. Contact to register your interest.