Cool FAB Racing Launches Partnership with British Superbikes
Cool FAB Racing has formed a new partnership with the MCE BSB Championship to encourage more young people to get involved in motorcycle racing and support talented riders to go on to become the British superbike champions of the future.
As part of the arrangement, seven BSB teams – Tyco BMW, Quattro Plant Kawasaki, Anvil Hire TAG Yamaha, Buildbase BMW, ePayMe Yamaha, Team WD-40 and Moto Rapido Ducati – have agreed to set up junior teams to compete in the Cool FAB Racing British Minibikes Championship.
By working with these leading British Superbike teams, Cool FAB Racing hopes to provide an infrastructure that encourages more young riders to enter the sport. Cool FAB Racing will also provide advice and training in safety, racing technique and media training, enabling those with the talent to become the BSB stars of the future.
Cool FAB Racing has long played an active role in developing young British talent, with BSB rider Luke Mossey, MotoGP rider Scott Redding, 2015 Moto3 World Champion Danny Kent, and current Hel Performance British Motostar championship leader Charlie Nesbitt all graduates of the championship.
About Cool FAB Racing
- The Cool FAB Racing British Minibikes Championship is run by FAB-Racing (fab-racing.co.uk) which has a long history of helping and developing young riders go from the grassroots level into British Superbikes, Moto GP and World Superbikes.
- Juniors can start racing in the championship from as young as 6 in the Minibike 4.2 class. By the age of 10, it is possible for riders to have come through the Minibike and MiniGP50 classes to race in the MiniGP70 series.
- In 2016 FAB Racing entered into a 10-year sponsorship agreement with Cool Milk changing its name to Cool FAB Racing.
About Cool Motor Racing ltd
Cool Motor Racing Ltd is the business delivering Cool Milk’s ten-year partnership with FAB Racing. Through delivering the partnership, Cool Motor Racing Ltd is hoping to raise the profile of the Cool FAB Racing and position it as the training ground for future British and world superbike stars.