Badboy Mowers Australia is proud to announce that they have signed on with Stuart Williams once again for the upcoming 2009/10 NSW Sprintcar season.
The 2008/09 season was their first venture into the Speedway sponsorship market and the team from Bad Boy Mowers Australia were pleased with how their association with Williams and his NSW # 46 Sprintcar went and have agreed to link up with the team once again.
“Last season was the first time we have stepped into Speedway sponsorship and we were pleased with the response to continue our involvement with the sport,” enthused Rod from Bad Boy Mowers Australia. “Stuart [Williams] is regarded as one of the emerging talents in Australian Sprintcar racing and he has shown that he has a bright future ahead of him and we are happy to help supporting him.”
Williams during the 2008/09 season, only his second season in Sprintcars, enjoyed a successful season by finishing third overall in the Thunder through the Plains NSW Country Series, which included two podium finishes. Williams also registered a number of standout performances at his home track Tyrepower Parramatta City Raceway (TPCR) and he also set a new lap record in qualifying time trials at Lismore Speedway during the Gold Cup event in what was his debut appearance at the track.
“In our second season of Sprintcars we have shown a lot of improvement and I hope to continue that [improvement] this coming season,” expressed Williams. “Our plan is to once again contest the whole Thunder through the Plains NSW Country Series and also do as many shows as possible at TPCR and hopefully we can be right up there amongst the top five runners wherever we travel to.”
Apart from wanting to challenge for the Thunder through the Plains NSW Country Series, Williams also wants to compete in the series to help promote the Bad Boy Mowers Australia brand.
“The Thunder through the Plains NSW Country Series travels to a number of remote areas across NSW such as Dubbo, Gilgandra and Gunnedah and that is where a lot of the target market for Bad Boy Mowers Australia is,” Williams explained. “The guys from Bad Boy Mowers absolutely love their motorsport and even Rod came up with the team and joined our pit crew for the Gold Cup in Lismore and loved the experience. That is the type of people they are, as they want to be involved in every possible way not just in the way of sponsorship and that is something that we are very happy to accommodate.”