From Druids at Brands Hatch and Silverstone’s Hangar Straight, to Donington’s Craner Curves and Cascades at Oulton Park, the UK has a thriving motorsport scene at all levels.
Come race day the spotlight rests on one person – the one sitting in the driving seat – but it takes a whole lot of collective technical expertise, engineering nous, sweat and tears to reach that point. And somewhere in the background, usually unseen through the petrol fumes and burning rubber, is a robust motorsports insurance policy that ensures it can continue to happen no matter what.
Motorsports insurance from Park Insurance
Whether you’re a one man band competing in the occasional amateur race or historic race meet, or you’re managing a team in the upper echelons of open wheel or saloon racing, you need motorsports insurance suited specifically to your needs. With over 20 years of experience in commercial insurance brokering, Park Insurance can find that for you.
As the signage at all tracks constantly reminds, ‘Motorsport can be dangerous!’ – for competitors, pit crew, spectators and anyone else there on race day. Though this of course is far less true today than it was even two decades ago, it will always remain the case to some degree. A complete insurance policy serves as a vital final barrier between your team and disaster.
A winning formula
Whether you’re just starting out or you’re looking to change your motorsport insurance policy, Park Insurance can get you sorted with all of the employer’s liability insurance and public liability cover you need, so all you need to think about is winning the next race. We can also arrange all other aspects of your insurance as one comprehensive package that includes cover for your vehicles, equipment, facilities and anything else you need.
For a friendly chat about your motorsport insurance needs with no obligation, and to receive a free quote, give Park Insurance a call today.
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