22nd February 2019
British Youth Boss Neil Vatcher was delighted to confirm an agreement with Hampshire Based Company CFS Complete Filtration Solutions to be the Series Sponsors of the upcoming 2019 British Youth Championship.
Vatcher said, along with my wife Jackie, we had the pleasure of meeting up with Derek and Val Baker at their head office in Hampshire on Friday, and after CFS supported the Great Britain Under 21 Team in 2018, they have now agreed to support the 2019 British Youth Championship.
CFS have a long list of Riders and Teams they have supported over the last 6 years, and they have now seen the progress of the young British Riders coming through, and are keen to get on board supporting the future of British Speedway.
Vatcher concluded, Derek and Val were great with supporting the Under 21 Team last year, and I feel this is a real coup getting them on board supporting the Youth Championship, as the Championship steps up another level in 2019, with rounds at all the 7 Premiership clubs and a round at Glasgow.
It is unbelievable that we have 50 riders signed up to compete this season, going to 8 great venues, and also having some great support from companies like CFS.
I know everyone involved with the Championship this season are really looking to it, and we also have the Training Camp in Germany with Robert Lambert taking place in just a few weeks time.
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