We’re well and truly underway in the 2014 Motorsport season, and with the first half of the season done and dusted, we thought it was about time for a little update from a selection of our epic clients. We’re fortunate to work with an incredible group of drivers across the world (alongside teams and businesses, that’s for the next update..), and are looking to grow that even further in the coming months.
What else can be said about Matt that hasn’t been said already?! As the youngest driver ever to compete at Le Mans (16 years old, really), it’s been a pleasure to watch him progress. Matt’s website has been live for several months now, and we continue to help with social media engagement and fan generation.
Piers has started the season well in Formula Renault BARC, with podium results and ever improving pace.
Archie had a tough 2013, with issues meaning he spent far longer than he should on the sidelines. In 2014, he’s come back to compete at both Le Mans (in the Ram Racing Ferrari) and International GT Open with Corvette. With his first couple podiums dealt with, the second half of the season looks to be even stronger. Keep a close eye on Archie’s Facebook page, for the incredible interaction and the rapid fan growth – that’s where we come in!
Dino had a tough 2013 in GP3, and as such switched teams for 2014. Now racing with reigning team champions ART Grand Prix, he’s found the pace needed to run at the front and started the year off with a podium in Barcelona. He continues to lead from the front on his social media channels with our guidance, ever increasing his fan bases and creating fantastic content. More to come!
Ross made the switch from the VW scirocco cup in 2013 across to British GT for 2014, competing in GT4 with Beechdean Aston Martin. He’s had some very strong results to start the season, sits at the top of the championship standings and has two very strong social channels in Facebook and Twitter – both of which continue to grow… Lets hope Ross and team mate Jake Giddens can bring the title home! Oh, and the ice cream in hospitality? Majestic, quite frankly.
Ash started the year with the great news that he would be a part of the KX Energy Akademy scheme, which mentor drivers and support them financially. Ash has had a tough start to the season which has been riddled with car problems. The pace has been strong on occasionans, here’s hoping that the second half of the season is trouble free.
Ryan switched across to German team Josef Kaufman Racing for 2014, to compete in both Formula Renault Eurocup and Formula Renault NEC. Ryan’s got much less experience than most of his competitiors, and has shown strong pace – an incredible first lap at Spa saw him jump up the field. He’s continuing to learn and will be a real threat in the second half of the season. We’ve run both Facebook and Twitter activity with Ryan, who now has a strong fan base from across the world.
Alongside the above, we wish the best of luck to all our other clients who don’t want to appear on site [it really does make that much of a competitive difference which is great to hear]. It’s been a great start to the year and we’re hoping it’s only going to get stronger