Lewis Sumner is a young racing driver who is look for sponsors to help his driving career.
Young racing driver Lewis Sumner needs your help to take his driving career to the next level! Lewis needs support from donors, sponsors and affiliates to help fund his 2023 race season, with the potential to maximise your brand exposure and provide plenty for your company to talk about on social media!
Primarily male motorsport fans ages 21-55 & companies within the motoring sector.
Key Dates and Timings
February 2023 to November 2023
Specific Opportunity Details
Lewis will be moving into competitive owner driver racing for the first time in 2023. We will be racing in the Hooton Indikart+ Championship in 2023, with all events streamed live on YouTube and edits broadcast on SportyStuff TV; Sky Channel 437, Freesat 250, Freeview 264. As every business and brand is unique and has varying needs, partnership packages can be designed bespoke to your budget and requirements, ensuring that we can maximise your return on investment. Furthermore, we are always keen to hear on how we can best support our partners, so if you have a requirement that we've not suggested then please discuss this with us. We can look at meeting your requirements with any package that we negotiate together.
Features and Benefits
Brand presence at motorsport events and their coverage through branding placements on racewear, kart and pit equipment. Invitations to spectate at any racing event participated in with guaranteed time allocated for media and social media marketing pieces. We can attend your corporate event with our race machinery as a 'fish out of water' attraction piece.
None at present. Lewis is affiliated with the X-Kart/Team HARD academy, whose sponsorship agreements are entirely seperate to our own.
Commercial sponsorship packages ranging from £1,000 to £20,000, this sponsorship is promotional support.
Lewis started karting at Teamsport Liverpool at the age of 10. The first competitive race tournament he entered was the BIKC (British Indoor Karting Championship) 2021 in the Cadet category, in which he won his local final race in Liverpool, going to the regional finals in Nottingham. Lewis still races at Teamsport Liverpool and has entered the BIKC in 2022, in the Junior class, winning his Local final at Liverpool. He qualified with a podium in the Regional final at Sheffield to go through to race in the National final at Teamsport Warrington, where he achieved P10 of the 1,125 entrants in his Junior category, despite technical issues in the first Heat race. Lewis also won the 2022 Teamsport Liverpool Junior Cadet League Championship, with 4 out of 6 race wins. In early 2022 he progressed to outdoor karting, racing with Club100 in the Super-Cadet category. While this was a new type of racing, he picked it up quickly, with multiple fastest laps, pole positions, and his first race win on the line at Whilton Mill. Continuing to build on the experience gained in 2022, Lewis will be moving up to the Junior Rotax class in 2023, as he turns 13 in December 2022.