Talented racer calls for financial support
James East in need of help to take his career to the next level
TALENTED motorcyclist James East has enjoyed a successful campaign in the British Supersport Cup Championship so far – but the 22-year-old admits it is necessary for him to secure much-needed financial support in order to complete the season.
The Litlington-based racer recently took his 12th podium of 2012 and first win in the British Supersport Cup Championship at Brands Hatch, but now faces a seemingly far more challenging task of finding the funds to continue this form, and help take his career to the next level.
East is in need of �7,500 to complete the season, and is in search of local support to contribute towards this total in the form of sponsorship.
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East says he is desperate for the help of any racing fans and businesses who would like to be a part of his team moving forward.
“I have been working very hard this season on and off the track to get to this point,” said East.
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“Brands Hatch was a tipping point, we found the set-up, made the Kawasaki work for me and we won the cup and was competing with the best in the country as a privateer.
“I’m asking for any race fans and businesses to get in touch, I can offer sponsorship packages from �500, advertising packages including corporate days at British Superbikes which are available also.
“There is one more step for me from here and that will mean me becoming a professional motorcycle racer in a leading team. That is my goal and everything I work for.
“Ultimately I want to follow in the footsteps of past British World Champions like Carl Fogarty, Barry Sheene and James Toseland. I’ve been told from others I can achieve this and I believe it myself, that with support, I have what it takes to become a world-class rider.”
East is hoping to continue his fine form in the next race at Cadwell Park in Lincolnshire on August 25-27.