Mahiki Racing Drops New Livery, New Sponsors, & Thoughts on Oulton Park


Mahiki Racing gear up for the inaugural round of the 2024 British GT Championship, dropping brand new livery and brand-new sponsors.

As a stark contrast to the initial orange, then gold detailing on the Lotus Emira GT4s, the livery has been updated to a brilliant vibrant yellow which is perfectly complemented by the Raspberry Blue body. Logos of brand-new sponsors have also been added; TAP Digital Asset Adoption sits on the side, DRIFT atop the wing mirrors, and RESIQUANT along the rear bumper.

It comes as the first official race of the championship is held at Oulton Park on the Easter bank holiday weekend, Steven Lake commented:

“The journey so far with the Emira GT4s has been a very satisfying challenge. The whole team has been working tirelessly and we can’t wait to show off the new livery. We have 3 new official sponsors for the season, Tap, Drift, and Resiquant; we’re all looking ahead and hope for the best possible outcome from Oulton.”

The new sponsors are innovative, financial and investment options with equally
beneficial features, tailored to specific needs and interests.
Tap is used for buying and selling bitcoin and comes with use of its crypto debit card solution, which allows you to spend crypto anywhere that has a card machine. Tap also grants global access to investing through digital asset adoption, providing
customers with greater financial freedom.

Drift is a decentralised Web3 skills-based racing game that is played on browser, bringing Web2 Gamers into the world of Web3 play to earn by gaming! Drift has a token that players can use in-game to upgrade their vehicles or stake and earn interest on their tokens.

Resiquant is a Quantum-Shielded (Po)²SW Layer-1 Blockchain, an innovative cryptographic hashing function that integrates the concepts of JHash and XCube to establish quantum resistance, thereby guaranteeing unparalleled levels of security.

Oulton Park is sure to ruffle some feathers, with the four-man team competing in two Lotus Emira GT4s across the bank holiday weekend, competing against previous title-holders and historic, esteemed race teams.
Mahiki Racing hope to make a big impression this weekend in the capacity-entry event, available to watch live on British GT and Sky Sports F1.

Lotus Emira GT4 Oulton Park Testing for British GT 2024