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February 27, 2019 0

Cool FAB-Racing has recommissioned Motorsport Media as its provider of live radio, live streaming visual radio and trackside commentary for the 2019 Cool FAB-Racing British Minibikes Championship season, entering a fourth successful year for the partnership.

As the official feeder series to the British Superbikes Championship and Road to MotoGP®, the Cool FAB-Racing British Minibikes Championship will once again play host to future British and world champions as they compete in up to 24 exciting races in the season over 8 meetings across England and Wales.

Once again, Motorsport Media will be providing its live online radio and visual radio streams, including live timing into an increased portfolio of coverage for all rounds of the championships, alongside trackside commentary (and accompanying PA system), all broadcast live on the Cool FAB-Racing & Motorsport Radio® social media channels, with catch-up options available after each meeting.

The series has benefited from Motorsport Media’s extensive social media and marketing expertise to dramatically improve the reach, engagement and popularity of the championship for teams, paddock members and fans alike, and will continue to build on this success in 2019.

Motorsport Media founder Lester Forbes said of the news: “It’s been a real honour working with Cool FAB-Racing over the last few years and it has been a real learning experience, It has really allowed us to push the boundaries of what is possible with a live visual radio trackside broadcasts.

“I’m particularly proud of the commentary talent that we have worked with since 2016 with three commentators from the previous three seasons going directly from us to work for world championships. We will emphasize the next great generation of riders and follow the careers of these young riders. Our success is testament to the quality of our broadcasts, as well as the passion of the racing in the paddock, and it’s fantastic to have such a strong working relationship with our clients since 2016.”

Lester Forbes will once again lead the broadcast team and produce the commentary and live coverage with experienced broadcaster and commentator Chris McCarthy and Scottish radio presenter and bike journalist Liam Hodgins fronting the broadcast team, they will be joined in the commentary box by bike racing journalist Ed Hocknull and fellow rider Blake Ansell to present and commentate on the action over the 8 weekends of the 2019 championship.


For further information, please contact:
Lester Forbes – – 07415 094110


Notes to Editors:

Motorsport Media was formed in 2016 on the basis of years of experience in Radio and Motorsport broadcasting. Company founder Lester Forbes has launched several desirable online motorsport brands together since 2016 and with a team of PR experts, broadcasters, journalists and commentators, providing broadcasting services to supply a content distribution and promotional network.

Motorsport Media reached 23 million people in 2018 for clients and partners such as the Cool-FAB Racing British Minibike Championships and the Citroen 2CV Racing Club, OMG Racing Team and BSB rider Bradley Ray

Cool FAB-Racing is the official feeder series to the British Superbikes Championship and Road to MotoGP®


August 3, 2017 0

The Classic 2CV racing club has chosen Motorsport Media to provide live radio streaming, commentary and technical expertise for the Liqui Moly 2CV 24hr race of 2017 and chosen the Motorsport Radio® brand as a live radio, video and promotional platform.

It’s the second consecutive year Motorsport Media has been tasked with covering the BARC 24hr event. The commentary team will consist of 2CV club member Lewis Beales and race driver Christine Savage, along with professional commentator and journalist Adam Weller and Motorsport Media director Lester Forbes.

Motorsport Radio® will also carry live video coverage of the event on, simulcast with BARC TV.  As well as heavy promotion on social media, the 2017 marathon event is likely to be one to remember for a long time!.

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June 8, 2017 0

The European Broadcast Union (EBU) has chosen Motorsport Radio to become a pioneer of digital radio and receive a new .radio domain as one of only a few exclusive websites.

As a member of the EBU’s pioneer programme for its new TLD .radio, Motorsport Radio will change its address to become immediately and will help engage in promoting the new .radio domains to the radio community before it’s public launch.

.radio TLD Manager for the EBU Alain Artero said “While enjoying a high degree of exclusivity and visibility, these pioneers will be ambassadors for the “.radio” TLD, participating alongside the EBU and the Radio Community in the development of a new digital radio territory.

Motorsport Radio was selected to become a radio ambassador and pioneer based on variety, promotion efforts and its visibility.

Lester Forbes, Owner of Motorsport Media and the Motorsport Radio brand said “This is a brilliant and unique opportunity to be among the very first in the world to showcase ourselves and our services to the radio community.

I’m absolutely thrilled that Motorsport Radio has been designated as a pioneer of digital radio, being passionate about making radio all my life, this really is a highlight, this is a very special thing indeed.”

Less than 80 sites in the world have been allocated a .radio TLD by the EBU ahead of the domains launch for general availability in November 2017.


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Note to editors was launched in September 2016 by Motorsport Media Ltd to become one of the worlds most recognised radio and motorsport brands.

The EBU was awarded the responsibility for managing the .radio TLD by ICANN and will become one of a very few community TLDs. Community TLDs are intended for community groups operating their own TLD for an economic sector, a cultural community or a linguistic community. For more information on the launch of the .radio domains visit

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March 7, 2017 0

Established motorsports commentator, Alex Raby, joins the Cool FAB Racing British Minibikes Championship as lead commentator for Motorsports Radio, the exclusive providers of live radio coverage to the Championship.

Alex brings with him over ten years’ experience across a variety of motorsports including; Speedway racing, the UK Flat Track Championship, FIM Ice Speedway World Championship, Sidecar World Championship and the X Trial World Championship. 

Crispin Vitoria, Managing Director of Cool Motor Racing, the company delivering Cool Milk’s 10-year sponsorship deal with FAB Racing, said:

“Alex’s knowledge and talent will be a great asset to Cool FAB Racing and we’re delighted to welcome him to our paddock. Last season, live broadcast played an important role in bringing the Championship to over half a million people! We’re excited to see this grow even further, helping to deliver an even greater reach for our sponsors.”

Lester Forbes, Director at Motorsport Media, said:

“Motorsport Media is absolutely delighted to be providing live coverage once again for the Cool FAB-Racing British Minibikes Championship, with our fantastic new commentator Alex Raby who has a wealth of experience and we’re all really looking forward to providing the BSB official partner series with more amazing live coverage.”

Round one of the 2017 Cool Fab Racing season kicks off at Llandow Karting Circuit, from 24 –  26 March. Entrance is free and all spectators are welcome.

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About Cool FAB Racing

  • The Cool FAB Racing British Minibikes Championship is run by FAB-Racing ( which has a long history of helping and developing young riders go from the grassroots level into British Superbikes, Moto GP and World Superbikes.
  • Cool FAB Racing is an official partner series of the British Superbike Championship, and is the recognised training ground for future talent.
  • Juniors can start racing in the championship from as young as 6 in the Minibike 4.2 class. By the age of 10, it is possible for riders to have come through the Minibike and MiniGP50 classes to race in the MiniGP70 series.
  • Cool FAB Racing graduates include MotoGP Scott Redding, former Moto3 GP champion rider Danny Kent, British Superbike rider Luke Mossey.


About Cool Motor Racing ltd

Cool Motor Racing Ltd is the business delivering Cool Milk’s ten-year partnership with FAB Racing. Through delivering the partnership, Cool Motor Racing Ltd is hoping to raise the profile of the Cool FAB Racing and position it as the training ground for future British and World superbike stars.