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Michael kelly request for sponsorship

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  • 1. Request for sponsorship Michael Kelly
  • 2. An Introduction • The following pages introduce Michael Kelly, list his achievements to date and describe who he would be racing with in 2014/5 if we can give him the opportunity • The word ‘opportunity’ is chosen carefully, Michael has raced supported by his Father until now but needs the experience and expertise of a professional team to maximise his potential. His family are hoping this opportunity can be taken now, when it matters, to take Michael to the higher echelons of racing • 2014 is about consolidation, getting Michael used to working with a race team and preparing him for the British Championship in 2015. Sponsorship is the only way the family can fund Michael’s progress and we are grateful for anything that can be offered to support this
  • 3. Michael Kelly • Born 23rd July 2000 • Go-karting for four years • 2011 - Clay Pigeon kart track Super Cadet Champion • 2012/13 - Llyd kart track Super Cadet runner up (leading until last race which he couldn’t attend due to a car crash on the way to the track!) • 2014 – Commence with professional race team , Kart Express • 2015 – Super One entry to British Kart Championship with Kart Express
  • 4. Kart Express • Based at the Clay Pigeon racetrack near Dorchester • Excellent race pedigree, in 2013 their drivers won the British Championship, four club championships at various circuits and the junior South West Championship • Official Rotax engine builder • Dynamometer engine test bed • Preparation of race proven engines • Kart preparation workshop with re-jig facility • Trackside support truck with purpose built awning • On track data logging equipment • Expert driver coaches and mechanics • Back up karts, engines and spares at events • Advertising is available on karts, race suits and race awning as required
  • 5. Next Steps • 2014: – Learning to race with a professional team – Comprehensive training using a brand new Tony Kart with race prepared engine – Racing in Clay Pigeon Championship – Testing and training at all Super 1 tracks in preparation for 2015 – Sponsorship permitting, Michael will also race in France and Italy • 2015: – Race in Super 1 British Championship supported by Kart Express Race Team – Compete throughout UK and in France and Italy
  • 6. Advertising Opportunities • 2014: – Sponsors logos will be present on Michael’s race-suit, kart along with race team awning and truck – All reporting and publicity will thank sponsors – Michael will have a dedicated website to promote him as a race driver and report progress and race results – home page will feature major sponsors • 2015: – As above, Super 1 British Championship is televised on Motors TV and drivers regularly interviewed
  • 7. Cost of Racing 2014 Description Per Race Total Clay championship inclusive of pre season testing and training with professionally race prepared Tony Kart and Rotax engine (exc VAT) £15,000 Super 1 training and practice races (exc VAT) £10,000 Tyres £150 £2,400 Fuel £50 £800 Race entry fees £100 £1,600 Saturday night hotel and subsistence on race weekends £100 £1,600 Travel (for international races in Italy and France) £300 £600 ESTIMATED TOTAL COST £32,000
  • 8. Estimated Cost of Racing 2015 Super One – British Championship (televised on “Motors TV”) – 6 Races Super 1 Championship including training and race preparation (exc VAT) , including kart mounted camera and clutch slip sensor £10,600 Tyres (2 x slicks and 0.5 x wets per race) £400 £2,400 Fuel £60 £360 Race entry fees £225 £1,350 Saturday night hotel and subsistence on race weekends £100 £600 ESTIMATED TOTAL COST £14,710 Clay Pigeon Championship – 10 Races Clay championship inclusive of pre season testing and training £15,000 Tyres £150 £1,500 Fuel £50 £500 Race entry fees £100 £1,000 Saturday night hotel and subsistence on race weekends £100 £1,000 Travel (for international races in Italy and France) £300 £600 ESTIMATED TOTAL COST £19,600
  • 9. Thank you. Racing has been good to me so far – I have met some excellent role models to emulate

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