Motovan Becomes CURC’s Presenting Partner

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Motovan has signed on as the Presenting Sponsor for the Canadian UTV Rallycross Championship. (Photo-CURC.com)
 
By: Canadian UTV Rallycross Championship
June 3 2016

Saint‐Lazare, Quebec – The Canadian UTV Rallycross Championship (CURC) is very pleased to announce that Motovan, the source for powersports parts and accessories, has become its presenting partner for 2016. This vote of confidence on the part of Motovan provides wonderful opportunities for the series drivers.

Motovan has been supporting the off‐road motorized sports national series for many years and is renowned for distributing several hundred reputed brands, such as Yuasa batteries, Warn winches, Slasher axles and Motul motor oils and lubricants; these firms are all CURC partners.

“We feel privileged that Motovan, a major distributor in the off‐road motorized sports industry, has chosen to get involved with the first edition of the CURC. Its product lines will certainly enable our drivers to attain unparalelled side‐by‐side performances and extend the boundaries of the new sport of UTV rallycross,” said the series President, David Ivichek.

“We are delighted to be working with the CURC. This large‐scale national series is transforming UTV competitions with tracks that are 50% asphalt and 50% dirt. We have always been passionate about motorized sports and we are proud to enter the rallycross world with the CURC,” commented Motovan’s Marketing Project Leader, David Bond.

As the season is about to begin, the CURC invites drivers to sign up for the Championship starting now, on its Web site at www.leccra.com, and to visit Motovan’s Web site for more information about its vast line of products for side‐by‐side vehicles: www.motovan.com.

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