Team BRIT is proud to announce a new partnership with Quentor, which has provided branded fast-track panel systems to support the work of the team at its Surrey HQ.
Quentor, set up in 1972, is a Norfolk-based family run business which specialises in the development and manufacture of traditional and bespoke flight cases for transportation and storage. They also produce various complimentary products, serving many markets including top level motorsport.
Quentor has agreed to support Team BRIT’s mission, to become the first ever British all-disabled team to compete in the Le Mans 24 hour race, by furnishing them with their innovative ‘garage walling’ systems.
Team founder Dave Player reached out to Quentor, as industry leaders, and was delighted they agreed to come on board.
He said: “We are so grateful for the backing we have received from Quentor. They are experts in their field and are no strangers to motorsport having worked with Formula One Teams, F2 teams, Formula E, Le Mans Series, MotoGP, World Super Bike and many more.
“We couldn’t think of anyone better to equip us with top quality, professional, light weight equipment, which will prove invaluable at our base, as well as at race events and competitions.”
MD of Quentor Kate Asbury said “Team Brit’s passion and commitment to supporting those facing physical and psychological challenges is inspiring. Dave and the Team are showing how motorsport provides a positive experience and platform to those overcoming adversity. We are delighted to be involved and wish the Team continued success in 2021”
Team BRIT is on track for its biggest year yet, despite the challenges of the pandemic, as its biggest team of drivers, to date, get ready to take part in the Britcar Championship, racing at many iconic circuits across the UK.
Further information on Quentor is available at http://quentor.com/