SimpleClick supports local racer Lydia Walmsley in the 2024 Mini Challenge Championship

Multi-award winning digital agency SimpleClick are looking to add a new type of trophy to their collection.

SimpleClick have already kickstarted 2024 with a bang having been awarded an impressive array of accolades which include UK Dev Awards ‘Employer of the year’ and ‘Travel website of the year’ in conjunction with Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines. Hoping to continue the positive winning streak into 2024, the East Anglian Daily Times Employer of the Year 2023 finalist can today announce that they have formed a new partnership with local Mini Challenge driver, Lydia Walmley, who is contesting the 2024 championship.

The Mini Challenge championship covers seven race weekends at premium race circuits across the UK to include;

Two visits to the famous Brands Hatch Circuit which was the home of the British Round of Formula One a monumental fourteen times between 1964 and 1986, a long journey north across the border to Scotland’s Knockhill circuit and a local stop-off at Snetterton for the pair’s ‘home’ round.

Watch out for the SimpleClick logo on Walmsley’s ‘new for 2024’ livery. You can catch the action on ITV1 and/or ITV4 thanks to the formula forming an integral part to the British Touring Car Championship support programme, thus benefitting from live TV broadcasting at every race weekend.

SimpleClick’s slogan: ‘Digital Solutions made simple’ has been recognised first hand by Walmsley, who has had the pleasure of watching a brand-new website unfold from scratch by the impressive team at SimpleClick HQ.

“An easy process, a hard working and talented team, plus a positive space to share thoughts and ideas has been the building blocks to the amazing new website that SimpleClick have been able to produce” says Walmsley who until now, has always had to create a racing website herself.

“There are tools out there which enable you to create your own website, but nothing compares to the work that professionals can do. It is a digital work of art, and I cannot wait to show everyone what the team have worked so hard on and put so much time into. Seeing what they can do really does transform a vision into a reality and the final product is still far better than you first imagine, which is part of the magic that SimpleClick provide.”

Commenting on the new partnership, Walmsley can’t wait to see what else is in store in the future:

“A new website, as brilliant as it is, is just the beginning of what I hope to be a very exciting and successful partnership. With Rich [Richard Jennis] at the helm of SimpleClick, I am certain that there are very positive things on the horizon.”

Richard Jennis, SimpleClick Managing Director, comments on the new venture for 2024:

“We are excited to be supporting Lydia Walmsley Racing for the upcoming season and beyond! Aside from her clear natural ability behind the wheel, in Lydia, we have seen someone with the drive, tenacity and business acumen that resonates with our values at SimpleClick. We cannot wait for the season to start!”

The Mini Challenge Championship kicks off at Donington Park on the 27th and 28th April.

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