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Super One welcomes The Awning Company as title sponsor

The Super One Series is delighted to announce a partnership with The Awning Company for the 2016 season.  The Awning Company will become the title sponsor to Britain’s premier karting championship, the only kart series on short circuit to hold the official British and National Kart Championships.  Promoter John Hoyle said: “Our association with The Awning Company is the latest in a long line of prestigious companies associated with our series, bringing mutual benefits for both organisations.  The registrations for the 2016 series has surpassed our expectations and we look forward to a ground breaking year with the return of the MSA British Kart and Junior Kart Championships for the new and exciting OK engines.”

The Awning Company offers a wide range of products not only from its well-known range of awnings, but also bespoke free standing structures and the Safeguard range of protective barriers for race circuits. Gary Harthern, The Awning Company’s Managing Director said: “The Super One British Karting Championship is a firm favourite in the karting diary and we’re immensely proud and excited to be the title sponsor of such an esteemed series.  The Awning Company neé ‘GH Awnings’, have been providing the karting paddock with high quality, Made In Britain awnings for over 30 years. From weekend enthusiasts with panel vans, campers and small trailers, all the way up to professional race teams with large trailers, we provide wind-out and modular framed awnings to suit all applications. This year we have introduced Safeguard Barriers, which provide crash protection around the race circuit, so we are pleased to say from the paddock to circuit, The Awning Company have you covered. Our continued expansion fits well with ‘Super One’ and we’ll be offering special packages exclusively to Super One competitors, so keep a look out on the website for those. Good Luck to all and have a safe season.”