MotoE is once again opening and expanding its amateur racing sponsorship program for the 2019 race season beginning August 15, 2018.
Due to the success of both the MotoE Factory and Co-Factory Teams experienced in 2018, the 2019 sponsorship program will continue to consist of two levels of sponsorship: Full Factory and Co-Factory. Each rider chosen for the MotoE Factory Team (total of 6 riders) will receive 100% of their coaching fees covered (a $10,000 annual value) along with significant discounts on Coach Robb’s Nutritionally Green performance nutrition products including his extremely popular Energy Fuel. MotoE Co-Factory Team members (total of 20 riders) will receive 80% off their coaching fees covered (a $4,800 annual value), as well as discounts on Coach Robb’s nutrition products.
The program was initiated as a means to re-invest into the sport by improving rider’s strength, endurance and overall speed. The vision was to take riders from 65 cc’s to a factory rig, as was the case with Adam Cianciarulo, Jeremy Martin, Jordan Bailey and Isaac Teasdale. In 2018, MotoE’s Amateur Development Program received over 2,200 resumes.
“In 2018 the MotoE Factory team consisting of Jake Pinhancos, Joshua Gibbs and Stilez Robertson who dedicated themselves to the program resulted in multiple championships, as well as performances that were far above what we had projected for the 2017 race season,” commented Beams. “Our Co-Factory Team development vision was to improve the rider’s strength, endurance and overall speed to make them eligible for the MotoE Factory Team and ultimately a factory ride with a reputable team,” he added. This vison became reality when long time team member Isaac Teasdale was recently signed to the Babbitt’s/Monster Kawasaki AX Lites Team for the 2019 season.
“Our focus again in 2019 is to provide amateur riders all over the world access to the same MotoE Blueprint of Success Performance Program that was created and implemented with our top amateurs and professionals over the last 34 years. Improving the rider’s speed, strength, endurance, flexibility, lean body mass and mental preparation to handle the physical and mental demands of high profile amateur racing will continue to be our focus,” says Beams.
Applications will be reviewed and accepted thru December 28th 2018. Riders will be notified of their sponsorship level by January 4th2019 and will begin receiving their MotoE Blueprint for Success Performance Program the week of January 7th 2018.
If you are dedicated to doing what is necessary to be a top amateur racer and possibly an amateur national champion (in any class), submit your updated race resume and 2019 race schedule for review to Contact@CoachRobb.com. No matter what class you race, where you race, or your past results, all resumes will be reviewed!