Adrian Flux to sponsor the Caterham Academy Championship

Caterham Academy Championship

Adrian Flux is delighted to be the new approved insurance provider for the Caterham Academy in 2023, during a very special 50th anniversary year for one of the UK’s most-renowned racing manufacturers.

As part of the sponsorship, Adrian Flux will also provide Caterham customers with access to specialist insurance policies that can be tailor made to suit individuals needs, including track day cover

Caterham customers who opt for an Adrian Flux policy will also be able to choose from a range of additional benefits, including agreed valuations and European cover.

David Ridley, Caterham’s Chief Commercial Officer shared his delight on the new partnership: “We’re delighted that, on our shared 50th anniversary year, we have partnered with Adrian Flux as our new approved insurance provider. 

“We are committed to providing our customers with the best possible ownership experience and they therefore deserve specialist insurance cover which can be customised to their needs.”

Grant Varnham, Business Development Manager at Adrian Flux, was equally as delighted on the news of the sponsorship: “We’re thrilled to be partnering with Caterham as both its approved insurance provider and as a sponsor of the Caterham Academy. 

“Our team of specialist advisors will be on hand to work closely with Caterham customers to ensure they have the right cover at the right price. Whether they’re driving a classic or brand-new Caterham, using it on the road or track, built it from kit form or purchased it pre-assembled, we can provide complete peace of mind with the correct level of cover.”

Caterham and Adrian Flux celebrate their 50th birthdays

Caterham is one of the most recognisable names in motorsport, and Adrian Flux is delighted to be sponsoring the Academy Championship, in what is a very special year, with both celebrating their 50th anniversaries.  

The manufacturer holds the title as the biggest single-make manufacturer racing series in Europe, spread across five championships. Caterham has continually operated as the most successful single manufacturer series in the UK for over 30 years. 

The annual calendar sees drivers compete around some of the most glamorous circuits across the continent, along with iconic British tracks such as Brands Hatch, Silverstone, Castle Combe and Donington.

What is the Caterham Academy Championship?

The Caterham Academy Championship is exclusively designed for drivers with no racing experience.It was created as an introduction into motorsport for aspiring drivers and has been a mainstay on the Caterham calendar since 1995. 

Drivers compete in a Ford Sigma-powered road-legal race car with 125 brake horsepower, low-grip tyres and a five-speed gearbox. Competitors also have access to the Caterham team for tips and guidance to really make the most out of what is a fantastic opportunity for beginner racers, with over 1,000 drivers using the platform.

Getting insured for a track day

At Adrian Flux we’re keen supporters of motorsport, so of course we can help you get track day insurance for you to be able to get your inner Lewis Hamilton on at a circuit near you. 

If you’re lucky enough to get the chance to race at one any time soon, we have track day cover to suit while you’re behind the wheel. 

Adrian Flux offers a huge range of insurance options for motorists for a surprisingly low price and can offer drivers the peace-of-mind to keep them safe on the road. Call 0800 369 8590  or arrange a callback at a time to suit you for the best Adrian Flux motor insurance deals.

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