EnergyTech start-up Zendure celebrates season’s sponsorship with Boé Motorsports
Zendure has praised Boé Motorsports for their season-long partnership over the latest Moto3 World Championship season.
The sustainable energy company sponsored Boé throughout the campaign, which saw the team finish 10th in the constructors’ standings following the season’s conclusion in Valencia last Sunday (November 26).
Zendure stated that the collaboration allowed it to showcase its environmentally friendly energy solutions while also “championing equity, diversity, and inclusion” at races.
“Reviewing the past months, this sponsorship has been an exciting experience that not only immersed us in the thrilling world of MotoGP but also allowed us to raise awareness about the importance and immense possibilities of sustainable energy,” said Jolene Shang, Chief Marketing Officer of Zendure.
“We want to thank the Boé Motorsports team for the incredible journey together, and wish David, and Anna the best of luck in their racing career.”
Zendure produces electric power stations and provided Spanish outfit Boé with renewable energy in the paddock throughout its eight-month long sponsorship.
"Reviewing the past months, this sponsorship has been an exciting experience that not only immersed us in the thrilling world of MotoGP but also allowed us to raise awareness about the importance and immense possibilities of sustainable energy."
Using its flagship SuperBase V generator it aimed to increase boost environmental awareness and sustainability practices. The system enabled it to provide electricity to heat the tyres of David Muñoz and Ana Carrasco’s bikes.
“The partnership between Zendure and the Boé team consistently propels their shared values of speed, sustainability, and innovation,” read a Zendure statement.
“With robust R&D teams, both Zendure and Boé Motorsports continually strive for excellence and spearhead innovation.”
Muñoz finished 10th overall in the drivers’ standings with 113 points as he picked up two podiums including a season-high second place in the opening Grand Prix in Portugal.
Carrasco, the only female racer on the circuit, then finished in 35th position with her best performance coming in India as she finished 19th.
Her season came to an end at the Indonesian Grand Prix in October when she crashed and broke her tibia and fibula.