In association with JamSport Racing, natural alkaline water brand Angel Revive’s stand (no.6850) will showcase the stunning looking car of 15-year-old racer Louis Doyle who it sponsored in 2017’s inaugural UK Clio Cup Junior championship.
The stand, near to the British Touring Car Championship's main display, will give the pro-active Doyle plenty of opportunity to further his profile with give-aways for visitors.
Close by (stand no.6854) will be Cataclean, re-affirming its sponsorship of Daniel Rowbottom for 2018's senior UK Clio Cup season.
Rowbottom’s Cataclean-liveried car took five podium results in 2017 – even leading races on occasion – en route to him finishing fifth in the points table.
The fuel and exhaust system cleaner brand will have Rowbottom’s car – in Cataclean’s distinctive white, green and blue colour scheme – on show for all four days at the NEC and will be running exciting competitions which include a draw for VIP tickets to a BTCC/UK Clio Cup race event.
Meanwhile new UK Clio Cup team Matrix Motorsport is set to have two cars present: one on its own stand (no.7432 in Hall 7) where it is expected to reveal a number of sponsors for its debut season in the championship in 2018, plus a second as part of the Renaultsportclub.co.uk owners’ club’s impressive multi-car display in the Performance Car Show (Hall 19).
In addition to the above, officials from Renault Sport UK will be available throughout on the British Automobile Racing Club’s stand (no.7560 in Hall 7) with a car in split livery that represents both the UK Clio Cup and UK Clio Cup Junior championships.