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St Blazey Premier MX - 19 January 2018
Tony Maunders Racing supports the 2018 St Blazey Premier MX
RHL Activities is pleased to announce that Tony Maunders Racing has signed up as the headline sponsor for the team event challenge within the 2018 St Blazey Premier MX.
Tony Maunders Racing is a motocross team based in the South West and has been running since 2006. The team has supported the series for over 15 years and this year will once again been the headline sponsor of the team event ran within the series.
The Tony Maunders Racing Team Event is where any rider can choose to be in a team of up to three riders from any class. The top two point scoring riders within each race will have their points counted towards their team.
Barry Maunders, Team Manager commented, “Even from the early days as Maunders Racing Team from way back in 2006 we have been great supporters and sponsors of the Premier MX Championship and have continued right up to 2012 when the Team name changed to Tony Maunders Racing due to the sudden death of my father and has continued ever since with the Team size remaining at 10 man strong covering all classes from Junior through to Expert, as the Team manager and having raced myself for many years it is a pleasure to run and support these riders and many others over the years in such a well run and supported South West based Championship.”
Gareth Hockey, Director of RHL Activities commented, “We are pleased to see Tony Maunders Racing continue their support of the St Blazey Premier MX in 2018 with the team event and also the team riders competing in the series.”
For more information on the Tony Maunders Racing Team Event and the 2018 St Blazey Premier MX head over to rhlactivities.com
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