British female rally driver Louise Cook, 22, from Kent, needs your support to achieve a lifelong ambition and become the first female World Rally Champion.
Louise is trying her hardest to overcome the budget obstacle for 2010, in what are tough times in every industry.
Louise has come up with a plan which will offers a 500:1 investment return for six lucky supporters and gives every supporter a 1 in 5 chance of receiving substantial on-car promotion throughout the season.
In addition, every single supporter will receive a sticker of their logo on the car to show their support and a website link on the hotly-visited http://www.cutecookie.co.uk. All this relies on mass support, which is pretty scary for a young female and her friends.
They are asking for a nominal sponsorship of just £50, probably less than most people spend on fuel getting to an event. If everyone helps, this can really happen and you can all be part of something truly special.
Louise will contest in the British Rally Championship Challenge in 2010 and she plans to take no prisoners. Louise has done things the right way, with substantial coaching and testing and she plans to hit the ground running in 2010 – sorry boys, she is coming through!
For more information, please contact Louise:
To keep up to date with the team’s progress, developments and, indeed, to have your own input to the new venture, please visit the website for exciting revelations during 2010.
We look forward to seeing you at the first British Rally Championship round, the Bulldog International Rally of Wales (http://www.bulldog-rally.co.uk).