Revo Developments, a long-time supporter of UK motocross, has come on board as title partner of the Revo ACU British Motocross Championship.
Revo has run its own team for a number of years and in 2019 – the last time the championship was held before COVID-19 caused its cancellation this season – went one-two in the MX2 class with Dylan Walsh and Alvin Ostlund.
“We are very pleased and honoured to be able to support the ACU British Motocross Championship and especially now under the control and guidance of RHL Activities,” said Revo boss Mark Yates. “We have been very fortunate as a company during these unprecedented times and extremely pleased to be in the position as well as having the opportunity to support this premier championship.
“We know too well that this championship will only excel in the hands of Gareth Hockey and his team and are pleased to play a part in its future success. We wish Gareth and his team all the success in 2021 and beyond.”
Series promoter Gareth Hockey is delighted with the deal.
“It’s great to bring an automotive company into the motocross world and pushing the Revo brand further within the UK,” he said. “We look forward to working with Mark, Gary and the team next season.”