Friday 13 November Winners
|Stefan Halters||Marislov Zrncevic|
|Maurizio Bandiani||Emanuege Bandiani|
|Giovanni Bandiani||Frederica Setti|
|Valentina Bandiani||Berjan Van Heek|
|Sabine Kucharshy||Boller Ulf|
|Thomas Kellner||Eberhard Pefit|
|Alexander Bogdanov||Gunther Kuebler|
|Matthew Mannest||Ingo Knetschle|
|Michael Selim Sengez||Stefan Kuebler|
|Bernhard Kuebler||Andreas Kellmer|
|Morten Jessen||Nils Klaus Moeller|
|Horst May||Michael Bernard|
|Ralph Hemmler||Tanja Schlicht|
|Juergen Jansen||Thomas Girard, Engineer|
|Roland Schaefges||Niklas Holger|
|Hartmut Klawitter||Harald Hemmler|
|Sabrina Bohr||Hendrik Hemmler|
Pixel Motorsport displayed its extensive range of motorsport circuit lighting options at the 2015 Professional MotorSport World Expo. Along with Pixel Motorsport’s software, its Starting Screen is also on show.
A flexible solution for prestart procedures, standing and rolling starts, black flag functionalities (misconduct behaviour, mechanical problems, announcements, etc.), the Starting Screen can also displays advertisements (pictures, logos, videos, etc.), and can be synchronised with the starting remote control and former starting lights.
Professional MotorSport World Expo 2016 is getting ready for another great show with a fantastic line-up of exhibitors presenting a wide range of technical innovations and solutions to help enhance your racing season in 2017.
Staged in the second week of November, the show is perfectly timed to give race teams time to look and consider what technologies are likely to fit in with their 2017 programmes. And as the show is not open to the general public you will find exhibitors are able to concentrate on discussions and analyse technical issues in detail. This is a great bonus for all concerned as many of our exhibitors and visitors over the last nine years can testify.
True to its roots as a specialist environment for specialist people, the Expo is the place for motorsport teams, race car builders, engineering and technical people from all sectors of the motorsport community, and of course drivers.
“It’s very useful that so many different companies from across Europe are together in one place,” explained show visitor Thomas Hanisch, managing director of the innovative VLN and Nürburgring 24-hour team, Tuning Akademie. “That gives you a very good overview of the latest technologies. Another important point for us is that there are many familiar faces here from the Nürburgring, so the networking aspect works very well.”
Engine design / Engine components / Tuning / Suspension / Brakes / Vehicle setup / Tyres / Oils and lubricants / Aerodynamics / Dynamometers / Transmissions / Differentials
Race Car Equipment/Accessories
Seats and harnesses / Roll cages / Fire extinguishers / Lap timers / Camera recorders / Instrumentation / Data acquisition / Telematics / Pit-to-vehicle comms / Glass / Ventilation / Mirrors / Fuel cells and refuelling systems / Lightweight and high-performance materials / Coatings
Testing and development
Metrology / Rigs and shakers / Test tracks and circuits / Laboratories / Timing systems / CAE and CFD / Diagnostics / Simulation and modelling
Racetrack recovery equipment / Race and mechanic wear / Fire-fighting equipment / Crash barriers
Tools / Covers and awnings / Wheel changing systems and lifts
Transportation and logistics
Trailers / Transporters / Motor homes / Freight services
Sponsorship / Marketing / Hospitality / Merchandising / Insurance / Team management / Series organisers / Race opportunities
Race Cars, Race Teams, Race Series