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2024 Sponsors

Wed 10 Apr 2024

Thanks to all our sponsors for the 2024 race season, representing a wide spread of businesses – many of which generously offer discounts and extras to 750MC competitors – check out the ‘Member Discounts’ page on the website (requires valid login) for full details.
Alongside a partnership for the Club’s live-streaming, Aim Shop continue as the Ma7da Championship title sponsor for 2024 with Yokohama doing the same for the Locost sister-formula, whilst custom braking systems experts FreakyParts continue to head up the Sport Specials Championship. Racewear and parts supplier Vulcan Racing have expanded their 750MC coverage this year; being represented as an associate sponsor across not only Locost and Ma7da but now also Sport Specials and Classic Stock Hatch.
Classic Stock Hatch sees a new name across their retro windscreens in the form of Finishline UK Ltd as a title sponsor; this expanding parts supplier and bodyshop also donating £50 Driver of the Day vouchers for all events in the season, whilst branding from 750MC’s Official Lubricant Partner Ravenol will be seen on certain formulae this year for the first time.
This season also sees Radical take on a title sponsorship role of Bikesports; the manufacturer having produced a significant percentage of cars on the grid since formation. RLM Racing continue in their role as an associate sponsor and will once again be donating a £1000 rebuild labour prize to a Bikesports Driver of the Year at the end of the season, whilst they share sponsorship of Cup 200 with MK Sportscars and Atomic Racing.
The Club’s other bike-engined sports-racing car championship, Sports 1000, sees Nankang Tyre assume the title sponsorship position; this formula has used the cost effective AR-1 since the start of the 2023 season to produce BTCC-rivalling lap time for a fraction of the price.
PBS Brakes continue to support the exciting Hot Hatch Championship as a title sponsor, and branding from the motorsport-focused UK-based braking company will also be seen on the Clio Sport Championship, plus across Roadsports and Club Enduro for the first time this year, together with Darkside Motorsport, Race Car Radios and Maha Dynamometers.
Tegiwa continue to take the role of title sponsor for Roadsports, Club Enduro and Type R Trophy; all three coming with driver giveaways including £200 Team of the Day vouchers in Club Enduro, £100 versions for Roadsports, plus a pair of MRF control tyres (plus various other goodies) given away by random number draw at all Type R Trophy race weekends.
Longstanding supplier Raceparts are back in support of both 750 Formula Championship and Historic 750 Formula with the usual £50 vouchers up for grabs at each event for both formulae, and control parts supplier and RenaultSport specialist K-Tec Racing continue as title sponsor of the Clio Sport Championship, with support once again from PolleySport and Toyo Tires; the latter also going hand-in-hand with Ma7da, Cup 200 and Classic Stock Hatch.
We were delighted to introduce SK Motorsport as a partner for Hot Hatch and Clios in 2024; this motorsport parts and race support outfit bringing with them a drivers’ hub at Hot Hatch events for the first time, whilst we are pleased to welcome back Zamp Helmets as a title sponsor in the Club. This season they assume the title sponsorship role for Formula Vee in what looks set to be another year of very large grids for the championship; at the end of which a Zamp ZR-72 worth more than £600 will be awarded to one lucky driver.