Published: 00:00, 09 July 2014 |
Updated: 13:08, 09 July 2014
A fast-growing print, copy and scan business is sponsoring an up-and-coming British Touring Car Championship driver and his team.
Rochester-based Netbox Digital is backing Tom Ingram, who drives for independent Speedworks Motorsport.
The 20-year-old racer bagged has six top 10 finishes in his rookie season, driving a Toyota Avensis.
The undisclosed deal is understood to be worth a five-figure sum.
Privately owned Netbox Digital boasts the Discovery Channel and the Royal Opera House among its clients.
The firm came second in the 2013 MegaGrowth 50 list of the county’s fastest growing companies published by Kent Business, expanding by 155.7% in four years.
Managing director Paul Crewe said: “Motorsport, and Tom in particular, is a natural fit for us.
“To be at the top of their game a driver needs to be the fastest, have the latest technology behind him and be supported by a speedy efficient service.
“Tom is the new kid on the block with an independent team and is someone we are proud to support.”
The British Touring Car Championship is shown live on ITV and will be at Brands Hatch in October.
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