Aqualisa is sponsoring the Paul Bird Motorsport (PBM) Ducati British Superbike racing team for its 2020 season.
The PBM Team will carry Aqualisa’s branding on its race-winning Ducati bikes, all its team wear, transporters and pit garage surrounds. All 12 races in the series will be televised live, including the overseas round, which takes place at the famous Assen TT circuit in Holland.
PBM team owner Paul Bird said: “I am delighted to have the Aqualisa name associated with our team, especially a brand that so clearly stands for quality and innovation. Aqualisa will sit nicely alongside our Ducati pedigree.”
The season starts on 12 April, with the first round being held at the Silverstone circuit in Northamptonshire. Prior to that, riders Josh Brookes and Christian Iddon will be testing in Spain.
Aqualisa will also be running customer competitions throughout the year, in which winners will receive full hospitality tickets as guests of the two-rider team, as well as having the opportunity to experience the inside workings of the team.
Colin Sykes, CEO of Aqualisa, added: “We are really looking forward to supporting PBM Ducati, and believe the connection with a team that has been at the top of the British Superbike Championship for many years will prove to be an ideal platform for the promotion of our brand.”
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