MotoNovo Finance announce JG Speedfit sponsorship in BSB

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MotoNovo Finance is now an official sponsor of the JG Speedfit Kawasaki British Superbike (BSB) team. The market-leading independent financer was keen to join forces with the Bournemouth Kawasaki-owned team in recognition of its commitment to the motorcycle industry.

“We are excited to be uniting with JG Speedfit Kawaski through this partnership and supporting star riders Leon Haslam and Luke Mossey, as well as James Hillier in his TT campaign.

“Our involvement reflects our growing enthusiasm for and commitment to the motorcycle industry as well as our long-term business strategy to invest in the best people, products and services to drive the best results for all our customers,” explained Julian Oliver, MotoNovo’s National Motorcycle manager. “We believe that in business the best outcomes always come from great teamwork, and JG Speedfit Kawasaki is the perfect example of where the riders and their exceptional support structure work together to get them on the podium.

“They are proven winners and our coming together is something special thanks to the natural synergies in our business philosophies and ambitions. We are delighted to be their proud sponsors.”

Owner of the JG Speedfit Kawasaki team Pete Extance said having businesses like MotoNovo Finance on board is crucial to their success in the championship.

“We really value the support of MotoNovo Finance, which is one of the UK’s fastest growing independent finance companies and a leader in its field,” explained Extance. “To have the backing of such a well-known and respected business demonstrates the pre-eminence not just of BSB as a sport, but also of the JG Speedfit Kawasaki team and its riders within that sport. We’re looking forward to what we hope will be a long and mutually beneficial partnership.”

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