Uniserve renews BTCC relationship with ROKiT MB Motorsport
Uniserve are delighted to announce our continued partnership with ROKiT MB Motorsport into the 2022 Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship. Following a string of successful races during the 2021 BTCC season and great customer engagement, renewing the partnership was a natural progression of a great business relationship.
The ROKiT MB Motorsport team has joined up with 15-times BTCC champions West Surrey Racing for the 2022 season. Along with this outstanding racing pedigree, the team will be introducing a mouth-watering driver/car combination, with multiple-BTCC race winner Jake Hill behind the wheel of a powerful new Uniserve-branded hybrid BMW 330e M Sport.
Uniserve will once again work closely with ROKiT MB Motorsport to put customers and colleagues alike right at the heart of the adrenaline-fuelled action throughout the season.
Mark Blundell, Sporting Director of ROKiT MB Motorsport, commented:
“We’re delighted to continue our fantastic relationship with The Uniserve Group. We were very proud to represent them on and off the track last year and welcome their team and their clients as part of our team trackside throughout the season. In that vein, we already have lots of exciting plans laid out for the year ahead and are very much looking forward to another successful season of racing together.”
Gary Cobbing, Chief Commercial & Operating Officer at Uniserve, added:
“We built a close working partnership with the MB Motorsport team in our first BTCC season, far beyond just ‘logos on cars’. The team’s ambition and innovation demonstrated in moving over to the powerful new hybrid vehicle echoes Uniserve’s own drive for excellence and environmental efficiency. We cannot wait to enjoy more success together in 2022.”
BTCC – the world’s third longest-running motor racing series – will be kicking off the 2022 season on 24th April at Donington Park.
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