Causeway Geotech Returns as Sponsor for Second Year

Ballymoney Company Supporting Prestigious Open Race.

RETURNING for the second consecutive year, Causeway Geotech, is continuing its sponsorship of the Open Race during the Armoy Road Races, which are taking place on Friday 26th and Saturday 27th July.

With a base in Ballymoney, Causeway Geotech is an industry leader in conducting comprehensive ground investigations to provide accurate geotechnical and environmental data. Established in 2012, the company has rapidly grown to become the largest ground investigation contractor in Ireland.

“Our company has been situated in Ballymoney since 2012 so we are only too aware of the prowess that road racing holds in this vicinity and the impact that the event has on the local business economy,” explained Paul Dunlop, a Director at Causeway Geotech.

“We’re delighted to be involved with Armoy Road Races for the second consecutive year and are looking forward to a great weekend of road racing.”

Last year, Michael Dunlop pipped Davey Todd to the post to win the Open Race and according to William Munnis, Armoy Motorcycle Road Racing Club Chairman and Clerk of Course, this class is set to be one of the most hotly contested of the entire weekend.

William added: “We’re delighted to welcome Paul and the team at Causeway Geotech back onboard as sponsors for Armoy 2024. It’s something we regularly say, but we are in indebted to the generosity of our sponsors because without them, we wouldn’t be able to put on such a successful event year after year.

“The Open Race often attracts top riders and the fastest bikes, and this year is no different. Cork rider, Mike Browne is racing on the RSV4, a high-performance narrow V 4-cylinder, that is the most powerful and revolutionary engine ever built by Aprilia. Halifax racer, Jamie Coward returns this year and he’s added the KTS Racing, powered by Steadplan Group Honda CBR, to his schedule of rides for Armoy and Davey Todd will be back onboard his senior TT winning Milwaukee BMW by TAS Racing bike.

“The team is currently busy with preparations for this year’s event which is set to be bigger and better than ever. In terms of rider entries, we have some of the biggest names in the world of road racing signed up to take part, so I have no doubt that we’re in for a thrilling weekend.”

The Armoy Road Races are set to take place on Friday 26th and Saturday 27th July, culminating with the prestigious Race of Legends. Programme packages are currently on sale via the website, that includes a vehicle parking pass and a limited-edition event lanyard which enables spectators to enter specific vantage points around the circuit.

For more information on the Armoy Road Races, search for ‘AMRRC’ on Facebook or follow on X @ArmoyRoadRaces.