The British ThunderCat Racing team of Bligh Julius and Charlie Hatfield will be hoping to add a UIM P750 Pro Stock World Championship to their extensive trophy cabinet next March in Cape Town, South Africa.
Today Team 33 announced that ‘BrandFuel’, a creative agency run by David Ball and based in London, have come on board as their main sponsor for the challenge, with Peters & May Global Boat Transport handling the shipping arrangements for the Tohatsu powered Aquarius hull.
Julius and Hatfield will continue their fruitful partnerships with Multispark Racing Products, Steel Developments, Ocean Racing and Onyx Events.
The Team have spent the past year in training, have put in hours of practice and used the 2016 Microlink ThunderCat Championship as a testing ground for the forthcoming World Championship.
The British hopefuls will be out testing again tomorrow at 09.00 and will be streaming live on their Facebook page.