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    Voltcom Crescent Suzuki extends the Doodson Broking Group partnership

     

    Date: Friday, April 04, 2014 Voltcom Crescent Suzuki extends the Doodson Broking Group partnership Voltcom Crescent Suzuki is pleased to announce the continued support of Doodson Broking Group throughout its 2014 eni FIM Superbike World Championship campaign. With a 50-year-strong history in insurance, Doodson Broking Group has remained a leading specialist in motorsport for more than 10-years. Originating from Managing Director Neil Clayton’s passion for two-wheel racing, the company’s sport department now successfully encompasses a wide variety of disciplines across the UK and US, including water sports, outdoor pursuits, netball, football and rugby, alongside all forms of two and four-wheel motor-sport. For more information please visit   www.doodsonbg.com Motor- racing   teams have very unique risks, and exposures, from an insurance perspective, meaning that using a dedicated broker like Doodson Broking Group is vital. With access to specialist insurance markets via Lloyds of London, Doodson Broking Group has been able to help Voltcom Crescent Suzuki secure indemnities such as Liabilities, Goods in Transit (Worldwide) and Sponsor Protection Insurance alongside individual rider packages detailing Career Ending Injury, Personal Accident/Travel including Repatriation, and Contract Bonus Cover. Doodson’s expertise wa

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