Link Engine Management – a world-leader in Engine Management Technology – has announced it will be continuing its headline sponsorship of Castle Combe Circuit’s JDMCombe event, as well as attending the majority of the venue’s other Action Days throughout the 2020 season.
The firm confirmed today at the Autosport International event at Birmingham's NEC that it will continue with its front-running sponsorship slot at 2020’s instalment of Castle Combe Circuit’s Japanese car show – JDMCombe (set to be held on 6 June) – meaning it will once again have a large stand at the event where attendees can talk face-to-face with the firm’s knowledgeable staff and check out its latest range of ECUs; the G4X range.
As well as this, Link ECU has also confirmed it will be having a large trade presence at the majority of the Wiltshire venue’s other acclaimed Action Day events on the calendar.
Link ECU’s products can be found on some of the most formidable road, track, drift and race vehicles across the globe, where only the latest cutting-edge ECU solutions will suffice. With its products now exported to over 65 countries across the globe, the firm also caters for the motorcycle, jet ski, aircraft and snowmobile markets too.
John Lynd, Regional Manager, Link UK and Europe, commented on the announcement. “We particularly enjoy JDMCombe as it seems to perfectly reflect our huge presence with heavily-modified road, track, race and drift machinery. We’re very excited to once again feature heavily at Castle Combe throughout the year.”
Tom, Sales and Marketing Director at Castle Combe Circuit, was also pleased with the news. “It’s very apparent that most of our customers are keen to get the very most out of the road and track vehicles as possible – something that Link ECU know an awful lot about. I can’t wait to work together once again to continue the successes of the previous two years.”
- For more information on Link ECU’s impressive array of products and services, head over to www.linkecu.com.
- To find out more about JDMCombe and to book tickets and passes, it’s www.jdmcombe.com.