Joe being interviewed for Motors TV after a British Championship victory.
Joe showed immense talent right from the start of his karting career securing victories in his first season against vastly more experienced drivers.
In 2015 Joe was ranked 5th in the Minimax British Championships and in 2016 Joe showed immense talent with repeated victories delivering him the No1 seed and the British Champion title in the Junior Rotax class, he ventured into Europe and showed amazing class immediately by winning the 2016 BNL Belgian Championships at his first attempt. He joins a very elite group of drivers by winning both the British title and holding a European title in the same year.
Joe has appeared often on BBC TV, Motors TV, local ITV News, local radio as well as in Magazine and newpaper articles. This provides a valuable opportunity to offer promotion for partners and sponsors. He has offers to race in karts, cars and Formula 4 in the next step of his racing career.
A partnership with Joe is an ideal opportunity for a company to enhance its profile, to generate interest, to be associated with success and to invest in a young sportsmans future.Your investment would allow him to take the next step in his career, a massive one and one which could yield immense returns. In return not only would you gain valuable publicity, Joe could attend promotional events and you can come as his guest to enjoy our hospitality and some fantastic racing.
You would not be alone in putting your trust and faith into Joe, Arai helmets, Kosmic racing karts, 130R Performance, Tuto money, KR- Sport and Cranfield University of Motorsport are firm supporters. Several highly prestigious names in the industry are confident that this is a driver with talent and they want to work with him but like all racing drivers he needs sponsors, that's where you can help...
Would you like to associate your brand with him?
Sponsorship is ENTIRELY TAX DEDUCTIBLE.
Joe being interviewed for Anglia TV news following a win at a Rugby World Cup promotional tour event in Milton Keynes.
Joe being interviewed for BBC TV news focussing on ones to watch in 2016.