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18 May 2016

AP Racing renews commitment to Coventry MotoFest

AP Racing renews its commitment to

Coventry Motofest with second year sponsorship

 

AP Racing is pleased to announce it is to renew its commitment as one of the key sponsors for the 2016 Coventry MotoFest.

Based in the region since the seventies and residents of Coventry since 1990, AP Racing is pleased to be able to continue its support of this motoring festival set in the West Midlands heartland of the British car manufacturing industry. The company has long been a supporter of local businesses and sources many of its components from regional suppliers.

 

Motofest 2016 goes hand-in-hand with AP Racing; the festival showcases anything automotive or transport related that has a connection to Coventry. As one of the leading motorsport and supercar component suppliers worldwide, supplying everything from grass roots motorsport to Formula 1.

 

We’re incredibly proud of our association with Coventry, so it is of no surprise that we’ve decided to continue to provide sponsorship for this festival based in our hometown for a second year”, commented David Hamblin, Head of Sales & Marketing for AP Racing. “AP Racing is looking forward to enjoying this event with the local community, and celebrating Coventry’s contribution to the global industry.

 

James Noble, Coventry Motofest Festival Director, said: “It’s fantastic news to have AP Racing sign up as a key sponsor for the second consecutive year. AP Racing is synonymous with sporting success within the Motorsport Industry, so to have them renew their sponsorship demonstrates the ongoing success and increasing profile of Coventry Motofest.

 

After a highly successful second year, the Coventry MotoFest returns bigger and better in 2016. It promises to be a fantastic event for the whole family and takes place on the weekend of the 4th and 5th June 2016. The event is set up and ran entirely by volunteers, another reason why AP Racing is proud to lend its support. Best of all, the festival is entirely free.