Triplebrew Racing Need Your Help !
The team suffered a terrible end to the 2014 Race Season. The primary drive chain snapped while the team were taking part in practice at the CRMC meeting at Snetterton.
The damage was huge, the end of the crank had sheered off and destroyed the outer and inner primary cases.
The Team have ordered a brand new billet crank and belt drive kit. These parts were very expensive and mean that the Team really need help towards entry costs for the 2015 race season.
If you can help in anyway, it would be very appreciated. We have setup a GOFUNDME page where you can donate or contact either Ian or Grant for more info.
Triplebrew Racing are always looking for sponsors to help out with the costs of racing and maintaining the outfit.
Any amount of sponsorship , no matter how big or small is greatly appreciated.
If you would like to sponsor the team, then please contact either Ian or Grant via the following email address:-
The Team can help promote your business in a number of ways, depending on the amount pledged in sponsorship.
These include: -
Link on our website to yours
-Your company logo on the sidecar fairing
-Your company logo on team clothing
The Team will be racing at various circuits throught the UK, as well as France and Belguim in 2015.
Mike Richards at MR Equipe engineering.
Mike built our current sidecar chassis and has given us a wealth of knowledge and help. His chassis building skills are second to none and he is always there to offer advice and help out. A true gent and friend.
Triplebrew Racing would like to thank the following people for there help, through either sponsorship or parts.
A huge effort is made by a lot of people to enable both Grant and Ian to race. Their involvement varies , but without any of their help racing would not happen!
Both Ian and Grant would like to thank the following people:-
Mum, Dad, Geoff and Laura.
Don & Judy Sheward
Tony and Margaret Sparrow.
The Mansfield family.
Buster (Ian Holroyd).
All the CRMC marshals and officals.
Anyone else we have forgotten to mention.