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Cool FAB Riders Take Pole Position on the Podium

Cool FAB Riders Take Pole Position on the Podium

It was a day to remember for eight riders from the Cool FAB Racing British Minibike Championship at the season finale of the MCE British Superbike Championship on Saturday, 15th October.

Johnny Garness (8), Mason Foster (6), Charlie Tilley (8), Owen Mellor (12), Evan Belford (9), Ross Maguire (11), Corey Stainer (9) and Scott Ogden (13) all got to stand on the podium at Brands Hatch to collect their trophies from the last round of the championship at Red Lodge.

The trophies were presented by Roger Smith, Marketing Manager at Dickies. Dickies are the official clothing supplier to Cool FAB Racing and supply clothing for the marshals and staff.

“As ambassadors of the British Superbike Championship we are delighted to support the next generation of talented riders. It has given me great pleasure to present the trophies to these up and coming youngsters who I am sure will go onto bigger and better things as their careers progress”.

MD of Cool Motor Racing Crispin Vitoria said it was a once-in-a-lifetime experience for the riders.

“We are extremely grateful to Roger for presenting the trophies to the riders. Dickies are synonymous with British Superbike racing, so it’s fantastic to have them backing the grassroots of the sport by supplying us with kit for our staff and marshals, as well as supporting our riders through once in a lifetime opportunity such as this!”.

The trophy winners were also joined by other Cool FAB Riders on the podium once the presentations had ended.

The youngsters also got the opportunity to meet the riders from the BSB teams they’ll be competing for in the Cool FAB Racing championship next year and take part in the pit walk on Sunday morning.

About Cool FAB Racing
•    The Cool FAB Racing British Minibikes Championship is run by FAB-Racing (www.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.
•    Cool FAB Racing graduates include MotoGP Scott Redding, former Moto3 GP champion rider Danny Kent, British Superbike rider Luke Mossey and current Hel Performance British Motostar championship leader, Charlie Nesbitt.  
•    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.