MotoGP » Moto2: UK-based sponsor for Tech 3


“I believe that Danny Kent has the potential to be the best British motorcycle racer of all time”- Phil Burgan, MMCG.

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TalentFan

January 30, 2013 12:04 PM

Nice to see DK attracting sponsors - British riders struggle to get support compared to the Spaniards and Italians. Herve's gotta be pleased too!

Lets hope that the Mistral is more competitive in 2013 and that Monsieur Guy Coulon has worked some magic so that Danny gets a competitive package.

T3 & Danny have to be massive underdogs, but I'd like to see them do well.

aeaventures - Unregistered

January 30, 2013 3:15 PM

Well done to them, its bizzare though isnt it, I had never heard of them despite a apparent high level of interest, will google them and find out more but I think maybe they could do more to maximise thier potential in this market, fingers crossed Toby and Jules will eb bigging them up at every opoutunity s it might make someone alse sat on a pile to consider getting involved, of course I do not include the banking sector in this as its involved in benefiting others!!

GP Future - Unregistered

January 30, 2013 11:42 PM

This is so good to read - a British sponsor for a British rider in the premier series. British representation in all three classes is better than it's been for longer than I can remember and this is such a shot in the arm.

Interesting to see someone in the care profession getting involved. Not your usual expected backing but brilliant nonetheless. It might help raise not just Danny's profile but that of this vital and often under-valued profession.

Good luck to all of them. We'll be watching with great interest.

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