There’s no such thing as an off-season in the modern era of motorsport and Prosperity Investment Management has been busy both on and off the track in the recent weeks working on the launch and rollout of its new range of motorsport inspired products.

The Investment firm recently signed a multi-year association with FIA World Endurance Championship driver Mike Conway, who joins the roster of drivers including Nicky Catsburg and Aidan Read proudly presenting the brand on the international stage.

“We are excited to be launching our new partnership with Mike Conway and his team at MB Partners,” stated Warren Macal, Director of Prosperity Investment Management. “Over the past two years, our reach across professional motorsport has grown from strength-to-strength and this new partnership will help facilitate this even further.

“We are proud of our continued delivery for high net worth individuals across every avenue of professional motorsport and we are looking forward to all the new opportunities that this will bring.”

Nicky meanwhile was busy at the weekend with Walkenhorst Motorsport as he took part in the first round of the Intercontinental GT Challenge, the Bathurst 12 Hours, in the BMW M6 GT3. Now he prepares for the 1000 Miles of Sebring in the FIA World Endurance Championship with BMW Team MTEK in the GT class.

Mike will also be at the event with Toyota Gazoo Racing as he chases his third straight victory, in what is a critical stage of the Super Season. Just five points separate him from his teammates with three rounds remaining.

Meanwhile, Aidan is preparing for the final round of the Asian Le Mans Series with Eurasia Motorsport. His role as mentor and coach to Gentleman driver Nobuya Yamanaka has been successful in the first three rounds and the paring are seeking a strong end to the campaign later this month at the Sepang Circuit in Malaysia.

Prosperity Investment Management will continue to grow its motorsports programme throughout the 2019 season and will announce a number of new and exciting partnerships across the world over the coming weeks, including new ventures in Europe and Asia.