Sponsor a future F1 star

Ronan McKenzie’s the name. Our budding F1 star needs money – and now.

Ronan at Ellough Park Practice Day

His father and step-mother – Jason McKenzie and Karen Box – are trying to secure the budget which will enable Ronan to take up an offer from kart manufacturing giant Birel of a place on its Junior Motorsport team in Karting Formula 3 (KF3) for the 2012 season.

Races take place in Italy, Spain, France and the UK. They’re televised on Italian tv and the Internet.

At this level Formula 1 teams begin to take an interest in young drivers. Ronan’s ultimate goal is to reach F1, and this is the next step.

Ronan is the Associate Driver of Cranfield University’s prestigious Motorsport Programme and is already very well publicised in the media and online.

He will work hard as your brand ambassador, exposing your company to a wide audience and working to promote your brand and/or products.

You will see from his achievements and photos he is a very marketable young man, and he is also very personable and understands fully the obligations to marketing partners.

Jason and Karen have a very limited deadline of 16 December 2011 to accept the offer from Birel. They’re looking to open communications with potential partners at the earliest opportunity.

Please visit Ronan’s LinkedIn profile to access pdf files under “Marketing Partnership Opportunity” – these are details of Ronan’s recent career, a selection of photos and the 2012 season budget to enable Ronan to compete.

If you are interested in partnering with Ronan, or you have contacts who may be interested, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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