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Hawkemotorsport posted a topic in WSCC Sponsors & TradersIf you are looking to move into the world of motorsport next year, we understand that purchasing all your kit is not only fairly daunting (if you are new at it) but also its expensive and time consuming. To help save you time and effort in looking around to see what is OK to use etc, We do some great "Go racing Starter kits" from Just £895 delivered to your door... These include a FIA approved Sparco race suit, a Koden SA2015 approved full face Helmet with FIA approved FHR posts installed, FIA approved Stand21 FHR/Hans device, and FIA approved Sparco Gloves and Boots. These prove to be really popular as its such a easy purchase. We have a choice of Black and Blue and hopefully we will be offering a OMP suit package soon as well. For the Black Bundle Click here... For the Blue Bundle Click here... If you have any questions about this bundle or need help with anything at all please do not hesitate to ask.
For those that don't know, I am now the club's Sponsorship Liaison officer for the Speed Series since taking over the role mid last year. This years Speed Series sponsors are:- Northampton Motorsport (title sponsor) SBD motorsport A Plan Insurance (Thatcham) Aerodynamix Siltech Racing Westfield Sport Cars GGR Communications plus new additions this year :- Force Racing Wheels Triple M Motorsport AB Performance 3J Driveline fPod Intelligent Race Fuel Bowsers Contact details can be found on the sponsors page on the main website here . Have a look at their websites and browse their products and services that they offer. Please keep an eye on the page for additional sponsors in due course. Best wishes John
Hi everyone, I'm a university student, currently working on a project with regards to the use of carbon fibre in kit cars such as the Westfields. Essentially, we are working with Axon Automotive on a passenger tub, where the passenger and the driver are seated, made entirely of carbon fibre (including the beams, the flooring and the side panels); whereas, the front and back of the chassis remain with the original steel frame chassis. So the method used to join the steel frame to the carbon fibre tub is through nuts and bolts. I'm currently conducting a survey just to determine your perception on the use of carbon fibre in kit cars, especially for the tub. More information about the product itself is available in the survey link below and I'd really appreciate if you could take a couple of minutes to answer the survey. All responses will be stored anonymously and I really hope that I can get a great number of responses from you all. Click here for the Survey. Cheers, Will
Set of 4 Silverstone FTZ Slick Track Tyres 19/58/R15 I fitted them to my Westfield and went to a trackday at Anglesey. These are the (more expensive) 'T5' - Medium Compound - but I found them to be way harder that I wanted so I changed over to my other rims in the lunch break. As a result they've only covered 50-70 miles and indeed the (slightly indented) writing stamped round the slick surface is still mostly visible. There are no flat-spots or cuts to the tread / sidewalls and they hold their air just fine. They have about 190mm of tread width and are about 580mm tall.. They've been sitting in my store room (away from sunlight) for about a year so it's about time I re-homed them.!. They are currently in Hampshire. I could deliver them for 25p per trip mile. Alternatively I'm at home most of the time so I could meet your courier (though some of them insist on the tyres being individually fully wrapped in cardboard and labelled - which would need a lot of card and take me half a day!! - so avoid those ones please! - I'd sooner tie them in pairs and add a couple of sticky labels to each..) If you're not in a rush I could deliver when I'm next travelling in your general direction and you'd only need to cover the miles off route..