A statement of intent, MOZA Racing will become a sponsor of the inimitable Hastonian’s real-world racing activities and content creation – to over 800,000 YouTube subscribers.
“I’m super excited to be working with MOZA Racing this year, both in my sim and real-life racing,” said Broadbent.
“MOZA’s passion for racing is infectious and I’m looking forward to seeing what the future holds!”
The partnership has “a common goal of taking the sim racing experience to a whole new level and providing fans with an exceptional, unforgettable journey,” according to the hardware creators.
The MOZA branding was first used on his racing helmet during a classic Ford Mustang test at Silverstone alongside Alex Brundle plus at a karting event at Buckmore Park.
MOZA, meanwhile, recently re-launched its 21Nm R21 direct drive wheel base alongside new range additions such as the ES Steering Wheel and the HGP H Pattern shifter.
Last season Broadbent won the UK-based Praga Cup alongside Gordie Mutch, but while now owning that car, has not entered the Britcar Prototype Cup successor. His racing plans for 2023 are yet to be unveiled.