Professional MotorSport World Expo features exhibitor displays offering everything from vehicle components, race engineering tools, pitlane and paddock equipment, through to data logging and test systems, powertrain technology (including both IC engine and electric solutions) and even track support and logistics services.
- High-performance race car materials, body parts and forming systems
- 3D printing
- Race engine components and race engines
- Transmission parts and gearboxes
- Fuel cells and ultra-high-pressure fuel systems
- Exhaust systems and fabrication
- Safety cages and energy-absorbing materials
- Suspension components and systems
- Brakes, wheels and related parts
- Seats and harnesses
- Information displays and timing
- Electro management systems, ECUs and chassis management tech
- E-powertrains and e-powertrain management for race cars
- Refueling systems
- Fire extinguishers and safety equipment
- Garage equipment
- Race accessories including race wear
- And a lot more…
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IMSA and Bosch form strategic partnership to enhance vehicle performance
A five-year partnership between Bosch and the International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) has been announced at the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring in the USA. Through the collaboration, the partners aim to use Bosch’s knowledge within the fields of electronics and mobility to improve ...
Toyota forced to withdraw hydrogen Corolla from Suzuka race after fire
Toyota has revealed that its hydrogen-fueled Corolla race car will not compete in the upcoming round of the Super Taikyu series following a fire during testing.
Williams Racing appoints Frederic Brousseau as chief operating officer
Following a career in the aerospace industry spanning 26 years, Frederic Brousseau has been appointed chief operating officer at Williams Racing. He will begin in the role in April.