Sponsorship & Charity Work
We sponsor a growing number of businesses, charities, track day helpers (including rescue teams) and professional drivers
You will also find the CG-Lock® associated with many popular events throughout the year. Drop us a note if you are interested in sponsorship for an event.
Manifold Track Gear Team
Manifold, the makers of track day clothing that is becoming the latest ‚Äėmust-have‚Äô street-wear have teamed up with CG-Lock to produce an exclusive CG-Lock/Manifold track day flame retardant top.
Please sign up to our newsletter from the homepage to see how you can win one.
You can also see a great selection of the manifold clothing at the CG-Lock stand (7065) at Autosport International (Jan 10-13th, NEC, Birmingham, UK) and orders yours at the stand!
Click the image on the left to get a CG-Lock discount on manifold clothing and to catch up on the latest celebrities seen out and about wearing this cool gear!
British Motorsport Marshals Club
"We are delighted to be able to help those that help us on track days. The British Motorsport Marshals Club - formerly known as the British Motor Racing Marshals Club - is the main organisation for marshals in the UK. Made up of more than 1,750 men and women drawn from all walks of life, the BMMC is the leading independent marshals’ club in the world.
All the members of the BMMC and the related British Rally Marshals Club are unpaid volunteers who, nevertheless, pride themselves on their professionalism. To join or read more please go to www.marshals.co.uk. Every CG-Lock sold leads to a donation to the BMMC… so when you are buying a CG-Lock, you are also helping those volunteers that make track days possible."
Dragon Motorsport Rescue Unit
Click the photo above for more photos and feedback from the team.
Click the banner above for photos from the Furball 5000 event.
Daytona Karts Sponsored by CG-Lock
Click the Daytona banner above for more information.
CG-Lock is a proud sponsor of ‘Williams Fund’ the Charity that raises money for research into Childhood Cancers.
William, a little 4 year old boy (Nephew of one of the CG-Lock Team), was diagnosed with cancer when he was just 2 years old. The Charity was established in February 2001 in memory of William, who died on December 12th 2000 at the age of 4 years and 9 months. William amazed everyone at how he coped, always smiling with a twinkle in his eye that won so many hearts. Since William died, the Charity has raised over £380,000 for The Childhood Cancer Research Fund. The money employs three full time specialist researchers at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford. With continued donations and goodwill Williams Fund aim to keep these researchers employed for the foreseeable future.
Team Mud are two brothers taking part in the Mac 4×4 Challenge 2007.
Chris and Graeme Elliott survive the MacMillan Cancer 4√ó4 Challenge and Raise ¬£8,000 for Charity.
"June last year I got a phone call from my brother telling me he had entered us. Great news when you’re sitting with a broken collarbone! Still, gave me time to learn about websites and www.teammud.co.uk was set up and the sponsorship raising had begun…". Read on…
Room to Read
CG-Lock are proud to sponsor the charity ‚ÄúBack Care‚ÄĚ in helping educate and reduce back pain across the UK. Find out more at www.backcare.org.uk.