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Baileigh Industrial construct a top deal with Mickel Motorsport for 2016

Baileigh Industrial construct a top partnership agreement with Mickel Motorsport for the 2016 UK Legends Championship.

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Baileigh Industrial construct a top deal with Mickel Motorsport for 2016

Baileigh Industrial is an international manufacturer and supplier of quality metal fabricating machines, from small manual machines through to full CNC machines. They can be relied upon for their global experience, in-depth expertise, and unwavering commitment to the consumer’s absolute satisfaction.

John Mickel MD and Driver for Mickel Motorsport said “They provide the most reliable machinery for our needs and they fully utilise the exposure we can offer them through our combined networking and social media sites. It’s a great working partnership for both companies, in which we have enjoyed since 2008, but this year Baileigh Industrial have increased their involvement and as we are starting the season as the reigning UK and World Champions it’s going to be a very exciting year! In addition to a continued partnership with Mickel Motorsport, they will be running a fully livered Baileigh Industrial Ltd Legends car driven by experienced contender, Paul Simmons.”

Paul remarked “2016 is going to be an exciting year. I love being involved with Mickel Motorsport and it will be a privilege to be driving the Baileigh Industrial branded car as it is such a well known name.”

Chad Spaeth Managing Director, Baileigh Industrial Ltd said “I am truly excited about our extended sponsorship of John Mickel Motorsport. I met John about 8 years ago already and when I first met him I could tell he had a conviction to and a love for racing and to me that translated into success. John has proved his ability to win in the last 8 years and I personally, and Baileigh as a company are proud to continue to work with John and increase our support for John and his team during the racing season of 2016. We are looking forward to exciting and successful times in 2016.”

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