Turkish tyre innovator Anlas named as Czech FIM Speedway Grand Prix title sponsor for 2020

Courtesy of FIM Speedway Grand Prix

ANLAS NAMED AS CZECH SGP TITLE SPONSOR FOR 2020

Official FIM Speedway Grand Prix tyre supplier Anlas has been named as title sponsor of the Czech FIM Speedway Grand Prix in Prague on June 13, 2020.

The Turkish tyre manufacturer, based in Istanbul, has been developing new tyres for the world’s top riders to ensure optimum performance from the start line and high stability at all speeds.

Anlas has decades of experience and is renowned for its innovative advancements in tyre and rubber technologies. The company specialises in the production of tyres for motorcycles and scooters, and also manufactures tyres for go karts, all-terrain vehicles, golf buggies and other special purpose vehicles – all designed to meet the highest of performance requirements.

Commenting on the third straight season Anlas has served as Czech SGP title sponsor, BSI Speedway managing director Steve Gould said: “We’re delighted to have Anlas involved with the SGP series once again in 2020.

“They have been an excellent addition to the speedway market over the last three years, and we look forward to riders benefiting from their latest innovations in what is shaping up to be one of the most exciting seasons yet.

“The Czech SGP is always a special night on our series calendar with nine of the last 16 winners going on to be crowned world champion in the season they won the event. It’s great that Anlas will be at the heart of the action once again.”

Eray Savci, managing director of Anlas, said: “We are happy to extend our sponsorship of the ANLAS Czech SGP into 2020.

“The Czech SGP is the longest-running event in SGP history. Being part of it demonstrates our continued desire to be part of the speedway world. We wish all the riders and spectators a great season.”

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