STANLEY BLACK & DECKER TO BUILD MOTOGP VILLAGE AT SILVERSTONE

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The MotoGP village
The MotoGP village

This year’s British leg of the MotoGP will once again feature the popular Stanley Black & Decker village, the company has confirmed.

The village will once again be setting up shop at the Silverstone circuit during the event, with products from brands such as Facom, Mac Tools and Britool Expert taking center stage.

UK Sales Director for the IAR Division of Stanley Black & Decker Tony Prueitt said: “We are delighted to be present with the Village at the British MotoGP again this year. Last year was a great success and we look forward to introducing visitors to our brands while demonstrating the qualities that make them so popular with race teams.

“Stanley Black & Decker is dedicated to supporting motorcycle racing and this is a great opportunity for us to engage with the equally dedicated fans of the sport.”

The company will also be hoping to continue the success of its Mac Tools and Facom sponsored Yamaham Tech 3 team at the event. The team has already started the 2012 season in great form with British rider Cal Crutchlow and teammate Andrea Dovizioso currently holding fourth and fifth places respectively.

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