Be Wiser Press Releases
Prior to the fifth round of the Renault Sport Eurocup Formula 2.0 taking place in Hungary next weekend, Cumbrian teenager Frank Bird was back in action at Monza taking part in the 12th Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup on the Italian circuit’s famous tarmac.
The prestigious street circuit of Monaco was the destination for round four of the 2017 Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup where the series was supporting the Formula 1 Grand Prix this weekend and saw Lake District-born Frank Bird in action as part of the Fortec Motorsport Team.
Round three of the 2017 Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup saw drivers head for the French street circuit of Pau with Lake District-born Frank Bird continuing his good work in the series as he scored another pair of encouraging top twenty results.
The second round of the 2017 Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup took place this weekend at Silverstone with Lake District-born Frank Bird continuing his progress in the series although he was disappointed with his results at his home track.
The 2017 Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup gets underway this forthcoming weekend with Lake District-born Frank Bird looking to make an impression from the start.
Be Wiser is proud to announce that Feefo, an independent customer review engine, has awarded Be Wiser with a Gold Trusted Service award.
The Be Wiser Insurance Owl is set for a high speed ride again next year after the company renewed its sponsorship of the 2016 MCE Insurance British Superbike Champions - the PBM managed Ducati Race Team.
Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne claimed the 2016 MCE British Superbike Championship title in dramatic style at Brands Hatch today when he overcame the difficult autumnal conditions to win his fifth British Superbike Championship title.
Silverstone is the venue for round nine of the BTCC-supporting MSA F4 British Championship this weekend and sees Fortec Motorsport driver Frank Bird going in search of more points in the Be Wiser, Hager and Frank Bird Poultry-backed car.
Those warming up for the Be Wiser Insurance PGA Hants Masters Championship will be pleased to know they have the support from a veteran of the game.
Martin Smith, the PGA Head Professional with 26 years service at Rio 2016 gold medallist Justin Rose’s childhood club, said: