Bryant, who raced in two championships throughout 2017 as part of the NGRRC (North Gloucester Road Racing Championship), celebrated two wins and multiple podiums on his way to second and third in the 500 Newcomer and Formula 400 Championships respectively, entirely fully funded and independently run.
For 2018, Bryant is stepping up into the 700 Pre-injection class and will be riding a Honda CBR 600 as he looks to build on his successful debut season with a growing interest from local sponsors.
“We’re ecstatic to be able to announce this sponsorship” said Managing Director John D’Angelillo
“This is something completely new to us, but Will showed such passion for racing and all things engineering that it felt right to support him. We wish him all the luck for the season and can’t wait to see how he gets on.”
The agreement comes as Bauromat continues to grow its approach to marketing with a greater presence on social media as well as an all-new website. With racing taking place all over the country, it's a way to bring robotic automation to a different market as Bauromat looks to expand throughout 2018 and beyond.
The 700 Pre-Injection championship takes the racing to all corners of the United Kingdom; including iconic circuits such as Snetterton in Norwich, Oulton Park in Cheshire and Cadwell Park in Lincolnshire and many more.
With 8 rounds of racing throughout 2018, the season kicks off this weekend (17th/18th March) at the legendary Brands Hatch in Kent.
For more updates, and to see how Bryant gets on this season, make sure to follow Bauromat on LinkedIn and keep visiting the website or they should follow WIB Racing on Facebook.