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January 2007
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From Formula 1 to Sports Cars and Stox
Hospitality, grids and award ceremonies get the Angels touch!

Angels has contributed to a very wide range of motor sports and motor racing events right up to and including Formula 1.  This exciting formula has been dominated over the years by British teams and British technology but international newcomers are now making their mark.

Angels has run and staffed many promotional and VIP Hospitality events for racing teams and is now helping Panasonic, the lead sponsor of the Toyota Formula 1 team, with promotions and hospitality. Angels has also helped oil and petrol companies such as Texaco and Mobil Oil with major promotional events throughout the country.  In the past, Angels has also been dressed in the black and gold of John Player Team Lotus and the red and white of Marlboro - a major sponsor of motorsport.

One of Angels contracts is to provide staffing for Formula 1 sponsor Panasonic to promote their new digital photography technology at track days with Toyota at various  race circuits throughout the UK. 

 

Prince Albert of Monaco meets Panasonic Toyota driver Alan McNish
and former Formula 1 star Jean Alesi at the 2002 Monaco Grand Prix

More recently, Angels helped Equator at the British Grand Prix weekend with hospitality for the DeWalt Porsche SuperCup racing team. The DeWalt team is one the most successful teams in SuperCup with driver Patrick Huisman, winner of four consecutive Porsche SuperCup titles, leading the charge. 

Angels helped with the hospitality and also the Porsche racing simulator that the team had there for their client's entertainment. 
 

At the other end of the motorsport spectrum is stock car racing.  Spedeworth International held the "SuperStox - Championship of the World" at Wimbledon Stadium in South West London which was also celebrating its 40th anniversary as venue for racing.

Mark Kelman came out the winner making it his 4th major championship.  But he had some luck along the way.  There were four restarts in the race due to various incidents which meant that the race was reduced to 35 laps.  Kelman was involved in the second of these incidents in a spectacular way as he slid most the of way down the home straight on his roof.  He was lucky to be able to rejoin let alone win the race (minus his roof wing!).

Angels helped with the prize giving and presentations at the event rounding off a thoroughly good and crowd pleasing final.

In 2005 Angels provided two teams of track and hospitality staff to Sportsbook.com - the sponsors of the Grand Prix of Atlanta at America's famous Road Atlanta.  As well as sponsoring the event, Sportsbook.com also sponsor a car in the American Le Mans Series run by B-K Motorsports and driven by Jamie Bach and Guy Cosmo.  It was a first run in the series for the LMP2 Class Mazda and the team finished second in their debut in the Mazda-powered No. 8 Courage.   

At the front, JJ Lehto and Marco Werner drove their No. 1 Champion Racing Audi R8 to victory in another history-making day in the American Le Mans Series.  Lehto posted his 22nd career class victory and his fourth win in a row at Road Atlanta.  His class victory tied Sascha Maassen for the ALMS all-time record.

        

Yet another example of Angels making a big impact at an international event!  
 

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