Autosport wrote:Arrowtech announce sponsors
Prince Falik announced at a swanky hotel in Knightsbridge, London the sponsors for Arrowtech in the 2014 season. "Yes, yes, friends, gentlemen, ladies and journalists. We are proud to announce the sponsors for 2014, first is Western Union, the premier way to send money through out the world. Next is the South African MTN Group who make telecommunications possible in Africa. Then we have Nobelcom, helping people call their loved ones all over the world. Finally we have the famous p-minus brand which will introduce, not one, not two, not even three, but four products next season, yes, yes, yes! Arrowtech will will be well funded and fast. Drivers will be announced in the future. Now if you all like to drink some cristal champagne and hopefully you will write nice things about us.". We asked him to comment on Daniel Martins comments and he said "What a load of lion droppings, Mr Groves can score points and Daniel Martin fails to qualify and was rubbish in the Indy 500. I think it has more to do with his driving ability. We have funded the car very well and we shall bring more money to the team next season. I hope Daniel Martins will be grovling to Mr Fox after his out burst. I hope he does make him test in Jerez, see if he is faster then Issac Evans, let alone Kay Lon. No excuse me there is papaya juice to drink.".
Kamaha in sponsor shortage.
Kamaha sponsors Pall Mall, Glaxo Smith Klien and Orange have ended sponsorship agreements early due to poor results. Barii Mori refused to answer questions, but it is known that Kamaha have no sponsors at the moment. There are questions about if Kamaha will be racing next season, but a spokesperson said Kamaha will be on the grid but driver line up is being confirmed.
FAT Turbo racing entry sold
Barii Mori did confirm the sale of the FAT Turbo racing entry to a consortium lead by ex Sunshine driver Hagane Shizuka. The team are likely to be called Shonan DMS racing.
Sunshine offer contract to Kay Lon
A mole tells us that Sunshine have offered a contract to Kay Lon, there are a few sticking points including that there will be a performance based paid and that Kay Lon will have the second number but will be equal number one to Shinobu Katayama. Sunshine have said that for confidential reasons they can not confirm or deny this rumour and Kay Lons manager have not return our calls