Apico Factory Racing is proud to announce the association with LPE Kawasaki for the British Supercross Championship 2011 and the Maxxis, Redbull and selected British Masters Championships for the MX 2012 season.
Martin Barr, who was 3rd in the Maxxis and runner up in the Redbull for 2011, will represent Answer clothing and Arai helmets at this weekend’s Belfast MX1 Supercross. With other British Championship MX2 team riders Ray Rowson, David Goosen and Connor Walkley soon to be joining the Apico stable at British Championship level, along with 3 times AMCA and 2 times IMBA MX2 champion Lee Dunham, representing in the AMCA events, the future is looking bright for 2012. The partnership will be a long standing commitment by both LPE and Apico, which can only strengthen each brand and build a lengthy collaboration between the brands. LPE Kawasaki will add to Apico’s portfolio of teams using Apico’s distributed and own brand products, which includes Rob Hooper’s Suzuki team.
Steve James, Team Owner of LPE said of the new partnership “I am really pleased to announce our association with Apico, and know that it will raise our profile as a team as well as give us the opportunity to use some of the best products in the business to aid the success of the team in the overall goal of achieving championship status across AMCA and ACU and success”.