CARLTON CLEANING CONTEST THE CHALLENGE WITH LYDIA WALMSLEY

Lydia Walmsley is no stranger to the Mini Challenge paddock, currently competing in her fifth season under the Mini UK umbrella. She welcomes a new partner to the table: Carlton Cleaning – an inaugural entry to the motorsport community in their forty plus years in the commercial and industrial cleaning sector.

Carlton Cleaning UK assist Lydia Walmsley in her quest throughout the Mini Challenge Championship where she pilots a full race spec JCW 2.0 litre turbocharged Mini. With Carlton Cleaning’s key vision being ‘Award-winning professional cleaners, outstanding results’, their pathways align in the hopes to achieve new heights together within their partnership.

 

‘2020 Commercial Cleaning Service of the Year’ award winners Carlton Cleaning offer high quality, reliable contract cleaning in Lincolnshire, the Midlands, Birmingham, Grantham and the surrounding areas. With an approach of a highly regarded reputation, standard and work ethic, Carlton Cleaning have proved to be a popular choice for those looking for cleaning contractors and services whilst boasting a wide range of facilities for their clients.

 

Stepping foot into the world of motorsport is an all new venture for Carlton Cleaning and one that they choose to take alongside Mini Challenge regular, Lydia Walmsley. Competing live on ITV4 supporting the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC), where Walmsley’s aspirations lie, Carlton Cleaning are now amongst some of the biggest names within British Motorsport. Walmsley ventures North of the border to Knockhill, Dunfermline for Round 4 of the Mini Challenge JCW championship on the 30/31 July.

 

Company Director, Simon Charlton, is excited to see how the partnership unfolds. Having been a long-time ‘petrol head’, Simon declares:

 

Sponsoring Lydia’s team was a natural decision for me having already been a Mini lover after owning two JCWs and a Cooper SD which I use as my daily drive. The way they are family orientated is brilliant and competing in such a male dominated racing sport is amazing!”

 

A grateful Lydia explained:

 

“Motorsport is such a team game and it’s important to surround yourself with the right people. I truly believe that Carlton Cleaning is the genuine perfect fit for us. I am honoured that Simon and his team have chosen me as the lucky driver to be first to benefit from a partnership with them, and I look forward to carrying their branding on my car amongst the huge BTCC crowds and those watching at home on ITV4.”

 

Watch the next round of the British Touring Car Championship live on ITV4 on the 31st July. In the meantime, take a look at Carlton Cleaning UK’s website [www.carltoncleaningukltd.co.uk] and keep up to date with Lydia on her social media channels:

Facebook – Lydia Walmsley Racing

Instagram – lydia_walmsley

Twitter – LydiaWalmsley82