Manx Auto Sport is delighted to announce Masterpixel Media as its new headline sponsor for the Manx National Rally.
The Masterpixel Media Manx National Rally hosts rounds two and three of the 2019 Protyre Motorsport UK Asphalt Rally Championship, and takes place on the Isle of Man on 10/11 May.
Masterpixel Media, a digital marketing and design agency based in Douglas, has stepped in to support the Manx National Rally, following the unexpected and sudden withdrawal of previous sponsorship.
Mark Quayle, Chairman of Manx Auto Sport, said: “We are extremely pleased that Masterpixel Media has stepped in to support the Manx National Rally as title sponsor, and we very much look forward to having them on board for this historic and iconic event. This new sponsorship deal will allow us to build on the success of the Manx National Rally and take it forward into the future. It’s not only great news for the club and the event, but also for the Isle of Man’s tourist industry and economy as a whole.”
The Manx National Rally is already a massive success in the world of rallying, with the island boasting some of Europe’s best and most renowned rally stages. The 2019 event offers close to 130 competitive stage miles, and is a double header round of the 2019 Protyre Motorsport UK Asphalt Rally Championship. It’s expected to attract many of the top crews from around the UK, Ireland and further afield, who want to compete in one of the fastest and most demanding events on the rally calendar.
Greg Hawke, Director of Masterpixel Media said: “We’re very proud to be supporting the Manx National Rally, which is a popular and prestigious event that is a great credit to Manx Auto Sport and to the wider community of an island which has such a rich motorsport heritage.”
Following the announcement of the new sponsorship deal, the club will now push on with the organisation and promotion of the Masterpixel Media Manx National Rally, as it looks forward to welcoming competitors, rally fans and the many volunteers who make the running of the event possible. Regulations and entries will open later this month.