Break Fluid sponsors British GT Championship Speedworks Motorsport’s Toyota GRSupra GT4
Caffeine-based adventure sports brand Break Fluid has partnered with Speedworks Motorsport to sponsor the brand-new Toyota GRSupra GT4 in the 2020 British GT Championship.
Produced by Toyota Gazoo Racing at its Cologne headquarters and based on the GR Supra road car, the GRSupra GT4 is Speedworks’ first customer race car having headed up successful projects in the World Endurance Championship (winners of the Le Mans 24 Hours 2018/19), the World Rally Championship (winners 2019) and the Dakar Rally (winners 2019). It was chosen to help to complete development in race specification in the British GT Championship due to its close ties with Toyota, having competed in the British Touring Car Championship as a manufacturer-backed effort since 2019.
The new GRSupra GT4 has lightweight steel body and is powered by a 3.0-litre in-line six-cylinder engine with a single twin-scroll turbocharger, a 7-speed sports automatic transmission with paddle shift gears, an Akropovic exhaust system and a mechanical limited slip differential driving the rear wheels.
The car is sponsored by Break Fluid, a coffee-based beverage company founded in 2015 that supports adventure athletes. Focusing on high caffeine roasts, the drinks are an alternative energy drink for sportsmen and women looking for a healthy way to kick- start and fuel adventures.
Chris Mcardle, business development manager at Break Fluid said: “We are delighted to have partnered with Speedworks Motorsport at such a monumental and exciting period. We see fantastic value in the sponsorship and are confident that Break Fluid will be professionally represented on the Toyota GRSupra GT4 in the British GT Championship.”
Amy Dick, director of Speedworks Motorsports, said: “We took on board this partnership without hesitation as Break Fluid’s brand aligns so well with the motorsports industry. We are looking forward to a long and successful partnership as we introduce both Break Fluid and the GRSupra GT4 to the world of the British GT Championship.”