Professional MotorSport World Expo Exhibitor interview with Jaap van der Lee, business manager, Van der Lee Turbo Systems, Netherlands, comments on the company, which offers high-end technical solutions in the design, development and manufacture of turbo systems for individual race cars or a whole series, and is a distributor for MHI products and a partner for the BorgWarner EFR range.
Professional MotorSport World Expo Exhibitor interview with Simon Perkins, managing director, Willans, UK, who discusses the company’s existing range of safety equipment and launches its latest development: new, flexible fuel bladders that are FIA approved and made from W301 material consisting of a Kevlar woven fabric covered in a unique elastomer that is strong, flexible and light.
Professional MotorSport World Expo Exhibitor interview with Andy Picking, sales and marketing manager, Quentor, UK, who discusses the company’s range of high-quality bespoke and seamless garage walling systems, flightcases, storage equipment and freight solutions for motorsport teams, utilised by all leading F1 teams and a host of top teams in WEC, ALMS GT Racing and Formula E, as well as other series. He also launches an all-new lower-cost walling solution.
Professional MotorSport World Expo Exhibitor interview with Shemak Wisniewski, managing director, Oz Parts, Australia, discusses the company which is a logistical and sales platform supporting distribution of Australian automotive components in Europe and showcases a range of parts manufactured by Xtreme Performance Clutch, Whiteline, Turbosmart, dba Brakes, Hawk Performance and King Racing.
Professional MotorSport World Expo Exhibitor interview with Richard Hull, motorsports sales engineer, McLaren Applied Technologies, UK, who discusses a range of high-performance electronics and components being showcased on the company’s stand, with the very latest developments including a new vehicle dynamics sensor, new tyre pressure monitoring system and upgrades to the company’s thermal camera monitoring system.