EVESHAM teenager Olly Turner has been boosted after it was revealed Bristol-based sign company goodsign.co.uk and NASCAR simulation series RASCAR will back him during 2016.
The Down Force Radio ‘Young Gun Award’ winner has been making headlines in the world of JASCAR (Junior American Stock Car Racing) in the UK and is moving up to
Junior Hot Rods for 2016, along with appearances in other formulas throughout the year as well as continuing his JASCAR programme.
“Coming on board with one of the hottest young drivers in the UK is massive for us,” said Good Sign owner and RASCAR promoter Chris Wareing.
“Olly has really shown what he can do and has the desire not only to win races, but to go the distance in the championship.
“It was a natural relationship to form with not only both Olly and OTR (Olly Turner Racing) but with also goodsign.co.uk and RASCAR.”
Turner’s number 22 JASCAR will be undergoing a transformation during the close season in the shape of a brand new paint scheme to hit the track in April.
Goodsign.co.uk has signed a multi-year deal and will come on board as one of the 13-year-old’ main sponsors, providing vehicle liveries, graphical support and clothing for all his race formulas.
RASCAR will be an associate sponsor, with both Turner and OTR helping support the fledgling radio-control car race series, which is gaining popularity across the Southern half of Britain.
“As expected,” stated Wareing when asked if Turner was a natural racing the radio-controlled machinery in RASCAR.
“Olly was spot on when he had a go at RASCAR racing last year. Rumour has it, he enjoyed it so much, expect a 1/12th scale version of the number 22 on the grid sometime this year!”
Goodsign.co.uk designs, produces and fits signs and graphics in the Bristol and South West areas. For further information, see www.goodsign.co.uk.
RASCAR is the trading name for radio-controlled stock car racing. This is a 1/12th scale model formula with a new series coming for 2016. See www.rascar.co.uk for further details.
Visit www.ollyturnerracing.co.uk to see how you can get involved and help back the teen ace.