THe HGA Honda Racning and Penrite Honda racing teams have both receive dditional support ahead of the second round of hte 2016 Australian Supercross Championship being held at Toowoomba on this Friday the 14th of October.
with Delcon Civil now partnering both teams in their quest for Victory.
Delcon Civil strive to deliver an ethos of excellence in construction and a deep respect for the people and companies they represent. They bring a 'can do' approach to their various projects, with a diverse range of satisfied clients. These values and beliefs are shared with both the HGA Honda Racing and Penrite Honda race teams.
Managing Director, David Harry appreciates what it takes to develop and maintain a team environment that embodies success and winning.
"I raced motorcycles as an amateur and completely acknowledge the selfless efforts and seamless approach to one common goal in racing. This is the same commitment required to be successful in business. I am thankful for the lessons I learned as a competitor in motorcycle sport and use them daily in my business operations."
HGA Honda Racing and Penrite Honda display a distinct level of professionalism in the sport of motorcycling, under the ownership and management of Yarrive Konsky. David Harry acknowledges that the partnership provides dual benefits to Delcon Civil.
"Our clients and staff enjoy motorcycle sport and this partnership allows us to be involved with a positive and expert team that provides all involved with a genuinely personalised experience".
Team Manager, Steve Powell appreciates the newly formed partnership and believes that both race teams can learn from successful businesses such as Delcon Civil.
"This is a fantastic opportunity for both teams to learn about business, commitment to a project and planning. Delcon Civil are a highly respected Victorian-based company who have a deep appreciation for motorcycle sport. Aligning with them provides an opportunity to learn about their corporate practices as we integrate with their programs and network with their staff".