The Isle of Man Government has offered a £10k prize to the first team to record the time, and this year has also offered a £5k prize to the first university team.
The company will benefit from a series of sponsor benefits including title sponsorship of the TT Zero race as well as becoming the exclusive ‘Satellite Technology’ partner of the TT Races. The company logo will feature on the startline, podium and winner’s enclosure as well as trackside branding and the TT Zero race bikes. The company will also have a presence on the official iomtt.com website.
“As a locally based business we are aware of the importance and impact of the TT Races, both locally and internationally and we are delighted to become an event sponsor. We admire the ground-breaking achievements of the TT Zero teams, and the Isle of Man Government’s success in hosting the event, and believes that the race shares many of our own brand values,” stated SES Satellite Leasing Managing Director Mark Guthrie.
“SES is a great example of a successful business that is benefiting from the Isle of Man’s corporate practices and commercial environment. We are delighted to welcome them as the TT Zero sponsor and look forward to a long and successful partnership with them,” added Hon Allan Bell, MHK, Minister, Department of Economic Development.