They have taken over from Tony Mole, who has sold the club five seasons after reviving the sport in the city following a 23-year absence.
BCTG financial director and lifelong speedway fan Alan Phillips said: "We aim to make the Brummies the pride of the city. We are absolutely delighted to be given the opportunity to contribute towards making the team the elite of the elite.
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