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Sharing and supporting motivation

Success in sports requires talent, dedication, discipline, passion and team spirit. We can identify with these qualities without reservation. After all, we too want to attract the best to our team and inspire them to join our company. We promote enthusiasm for top-class sport and help increase the attractiveness of our central locations.

Brose Bamberg

Basketball fascinates with its high dynamics and the intelligent interaction of accomplished, talented players. These characteristics fit well with our self-image. That's why Brose has been promoting basketball in the Franconian town of Bamberg for more than two decades, since 2006 as the main sponsor and name sponsor. Building on the great successes of the last few decades, including nine championships and six cup victories, Brose Bamberg will again be fighting for a place at the top of the league in the 2021/2022 season.

Medi Bayreuth

For more than 30 years, the Bayreuth Basketball Club has been an integral part of Upper Franconian top-class sports. The club is a figurehead for the university town of Bayreuth and the entire region. Brose has been supporting the club since 2010.

With success: the club regularly plays in the playoffs of Germany's top division and also represents our company in international competitions. In 2021, Bayreuth won its group in the Europe Cup and is now aiming for the quarterfinals.

BBC Coburg

Founded in 1954, BBC Coburg is the oldest basketball club in Germany. To this day, the sport is pursued here with passion and systematics.Brose has been supporting the club since 2016, with the main focus of our sponsorship being on supporting the club's ambitious youth work. Several promising young talents have already emerged from a cooperation with Brose Bamberg. In the current 2021/2022 season, the Coburg team is aiming for a place at the top of Pro B, Germany's third-highest division.

Michael Stoschek

The winner of the 2006 FIA European Historic Rally Championship, Michael Stoschek, continues to drive successfully for Team Brose Motorsport. The dedicated racing driver won the Carrera Panamericana in Mexico three times as well as rallies in almost every country in Europe. In 2021, he recorded victories at the Arosa Classic Car hill climb and the Rally Thuringia, as well as a second place at the Rally Clásico Isla Mallorca.

The Chairman of the Brose Shareholders' Meeting fulfilled a dream by developing the New Stratos, a modern version of the legendary Lancia Stratos HF. Presented in 2010, the New Stratos continues to set standards among super sports cars and has received the highest recognition and awards from the experts. In the meantime, the first examples of a limited small series have been delivered to enthusiastic Stratos lovers.

Christian Engelhart

The engineering graduate and successful GT racing driver impresses with his talent, ambition and commitment. He has therefore been a brand ambassador for our company since 2012.

In the Blancpain GT, he won the championship in 2017 and third place in 2018 and 2019. In 2019, he was runner-up in the GT Masters, crowning his achievements in 2020 in the Porsche 911 GT3 R with the GT Masters championship. After a mixed season, he was 13th in GT Masters and 6th in GT World Challenge in 2021.

Tiago Monteiro

We have been a partner of top driver Tiago Monteiro since 2003. The former Formula 1 driver has been competing for Honda in the World Touring Car Championship (WTCR) since 2013 and achieved his best result to date in 2016 with third place in the overall standings.

In 2017, a serious accident during a practice run that was not his fault cost Monteiro the world championship. The then world leader was only able to return to the championship in 2019. There, he has been competing again in the Honda Civic Type R TCR since 2020. In 2021 he started the season with a victory in the first race and ended as seventeenth in the world ranking.

Noah Monteiro

Noah Monteiro is the son of our brand ambassador Tiago Monteiro. Born in 2009, it quickly became clear that Noah had the talent to make it in motorsport like his father. At the age of seven he was already in the top 10 of the Kart Trophy Portugal.

In 2019, he became Portuguese runner-up. In 2020, he gained his first international experience and won the Portuguese championship. In 2021, he continued his impressive development, winning his first FIA Karting Academy Trophy international race and defending his title as Portuguese champion.

Dominik Dinkel

We have been accompanying rally driver Dominik Dinkel from Rossach near Coburg since 2012. As early as 2013, he won his classification in the Opel Adam Rally Cup and finished third overall in 2014 and 2015.

In 2017, he switched to a Skoda Fabia R5 and won the runner-up title in the German Rally Championship for the second time in a row in 2018. After a year of training in 2019, Dinkel competed in the FIA European Championship for the first time in 2020 and successfully took part in various international rallies in Europe. In 2021, he took third place in the German Championship.

Patrik Dinkel

Patrik Dinkel, Michael Dinkel's son and Dominik Dinkel's younger brother, was born with a passion for motorsport. So it's no surprise that Patrik, born in 1997, has been successfully competing in rallying since the age of eighteen.

In the first year of our sponsorship, 2019, he won the ADAC Rally Masters at the first attempt. Since 2020, he has been competing there together with Tamara Lutz in a Mitsubishi Lancer Evo. In 2021, the two narrowly failed to defend their title.

Kevin Krawietz

We have been following tennis player Kevin Krawietz since he was 16. The 2009 Junior Wimbledon winner has systematically worked his way to the top of the world rankings.

In 2019, Krawietz and Andreas Mies won the men's doubles at the French Open thanks to an outstanding performance - the first German doubles triumph at a Grand Slam tournament in 82 years. With a commanding team performance, the two defended their French Open title in 2020 and once again made sports history. Despite Mies' absence, Krawietz won two tournaments in 2021. With alternating partners, Krawietz won the BMW Open in Munich and beat strong competition at the ATP 500 tournament in Halle.