Island Speedway have reached an agreement with Mark Bagnall of Bravo14 to design the new Island Speedway Website. Bravo14 are already involved in speedway supporting all levels from the National League through to GP riders including former Islander Jason Doyle and provide web design and hosting services to suit all manner of customers and budgets with all their websites enabling customers to update content themselves.
Mark Bagnall said:
“After noticing all the activity related to Island Speedway I really wanted to help them get their web presence right and ensure that it gets noticed, with good content and the right amount of publicity for the team.
“I offered to meet with Martin Widman and Barry Bishop and I was so pleased that I did. Their enthusiasm for Island Speedway is overwhelming and the ideas of the future just keep coming. We all want this new website to be different to others in speedway which will reflect the Island’s uniqueness and our vision of the future. We know that the website and social media are very important these days and all of us at Bravo14 cannot wait to get started on this exciting project.”
Martin Widman said on behalf of Island Speedway:
“The opportunity for us to work with Bravo14 is brilliant and will enable our own Errin Folds to be able to continue her great work with Mark. Barry and I have a clear vision of how we would like our website to be and we are so pleased that Mark and Errin will help us achieve that vision.”
Meanwhile City Change Management, a Chelmsford-based leading Project Management Consultancy who service a number of blue chip clients, have also got involved with the new look Island Speedway, who intend to be back in National League action next year.
Barry Bishop from Island Speedway said of this latest news:
“We are thrilled to have another high profile company onboard with us at Island Speedway and we look forward to working with them. I have known Andy Wade from CCM for some 15 years now and I am very hopeful that this is just the start of our speedway relationship. I know that Andy has a wish to one day ride a speedway bike and we look forward to welcoming him to My First Skid at our prosed training facility.”
Andy Wade added:
“It is a pleasure to get involved with community projects such as Island Speedway and we are glad to be able to support Barry, Martin and the team in what I am sure will be a resounding success – I am looking forward to “My First Skid” as Barry says!”