2014 BSB, BSB Test Day, Snetterton, UK.

 

Muc-Off is proud to announce their sponsorship of Keith Flint’s Team Traction Control (TTC) in its debut season. TTC will be competing in the Motorpoint British Supersport Championship and on the Roads including the world famous Isle of Man TT.

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TTC was founded by The Prodigy front man Keith Flint, stepping up to become a Team Owner felt like a challenge worth undertaking for himself as a lifelong motorcycle enthusiast and racer. The team has recruited some of the best in the paddock to ensure that its competing for podiums from the very start.

The team has already been tipped to become of one of the most well known entities on the circuit. Its exciting new bike livery includes our very own Muc-Off graphics and the bike is already tipped as the best looking on the track from many on social media.

Muc-Off’s Managing Director, Alex Trimnell had this to say: “This is one of the most exciting moments we have had as a company. To be a main sponsor to such an exciting team on and off the racetrack is a real privilege. Here’s hoping for a successful season for all involved!”

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Keith Flint commented “It’s vital for our own brand and the team itself that we are aligned with market

leading partners that share our vision for the team and the importance of the fans, Alex and the team at Muc-Off certainly do and they’re as buzzing for the racing to season start as we are”.

James Rispoli is over to race for the season from the US and comes over here having achieved back

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to back championship wins onboard a Suzuki. James joked at the recent test “I’m stoked to have Muc-Off onboard as i’ve been loving their product back home, we’re gonna need it here in the UK with this weather”.

TTC and Muc-Off have a lot planned for this season, so keep ‘em peeled, in the meantime here is one of the first official press shot of the bike, all PR is being held back until the first race and we’ll share it all with you then.

Tony Carter

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