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SPONSORS ANNOUNCED FOR BRITISH QUADCROSS & SIDECARCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND AT DESERTMARTIN 1ST APRIL

February 28, 2017

North Armagh Motorcycle and Car Club Off Road are pleased to announce in conjunction with the ACU & NORAMX the sponsors for the British Quadcross Championships held at Desertmartin on 1st April .

 

Hillsborough based Lloyd Acoustics along with sister company Bury based Datum Monitoring are sponsoring the event, a Geotechnical and Structural Instrumentation Monitoring & testing company offering their services to the Civil Engineering, Construction and Railway Industries, they are a welcome addition to the series sponsors:

 

Cromwell Trucks, based in the West Midlands are supporting the Championship Class

 

Willcocks Holeformers based in  Hungerford are supporting the Under 21 Class

 

Zip Quad Seats are supporting the Rookies Class

 

Angry GFX, Wokingham based vehicle and clothing Graphics company are supporting the ‘Holeshot’ Awards.

 

In the Sidecarcross Championship, MAXXIS Tyres continue their support of the Championships once again, local sponsors on board are the MRA, NI Sidecarcross Supporters Club, and Lisburn Bitmac & Tarmac, Irish Ferries, and Nutt Travel as well as numerous advertisers in the programme.

 

The North Armagh Motorcycle and Car Club Off Road Section would like to thank all the above sponsors for their support of the event, and the ACU and Stuart Walker if NORA-MX for their help and look forward to an exciting days racing.

 

 

 

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