The team is proud to annouce that CAM Auto Developments will continue to be a technical partner for the 2011 MSA pro modified race season.
CAM Auto Developments, the UK's largest Goodridge distributor, will be expanding their support to be an exclusive supplier of all the fluid transfer components from the Goodridge hose range on Red Victor 3.
Team Principal Andy Frost says "We have worked with Ian Goldie from CAM Auto for a number of years and attribute part of our previous success to their technical support. We are very happy to be using the Goodridge range of lightweight hoses and ends,as their performance and safety are unmatched in the racing world. We thank Ian for his foresight for choosing the official VXR drag race team to showcase his product range"
Managing director of CAM Auto Ian Goldie says " We're delighted to be involved with the new Red Victor 3 project.I feel the new car will showcase our products as much,if not more than the previous car. We're looking forward to the 2011 MSA pro mdified season to see how RV3 shapes up."
To view CAM Auto's extensive range of Goodridge hoses,or to see their other product range vist them at www.camauto.com
A very warm welcome to the latest recruits to the team. Say hello to crewman Arthur Stuffins and PR manager Gareth Bott. Also a welcome return to long time crewman Tony Grayston. Tony had some time off from the team to do his own stuff but now he's back to assist us in Pro modified in 2011. You can check out their profiles on the "meet the crew" page.
As an official technical product supplier to the Red Victor Racing Team, Scattergood & Johnson Ltd are proud to use their expertise to help support Andy and Red Victor 3.
Established in 1899, “Scatts” has always aimed to help its customers meet the highest standards of quality and reliability, no matter what their application. Supporting Andy at the build stage, and in the running of Red Victor 3, is a challenge we are pleased to be able to undertake.
Stocking over 40,000 product lines covering electrical and fluid control components, not only can Scatts help you deal with all manner of technical and industrial design issues, but we can ensure that you get the components you need, when you need them.
Based in Leeds, but with branches and sales engineers nationwide, Scattergood & Johnson Ltd are more than just a long established distributor. Our technical specialists and in-house engineers can supply the most popular parts right through to bespoke components backed with expert advice.
Whether you’re interested in automation, Ex approved components, motor control gear, safety, sensing or switching products, Scatts will to be able to help you find the solution you need.
Team principal Andy Frost says “We were involved with Scatts on Red Victor 2 and had great results with their products. Naturally we approached them again for Red Victor 3. Having high quality, accurate sensors to collect the correct data is critical. Without that data it is very difficult to move forwards with performance. We are very happy to use Scatts products and technical expertise and are looking forward to working with them when the car is at the running stage.”
If you’re interested in finding out how Scatts can help support your electrical and fluid control requirements, Tel: 0113 243 0203 or visit www.scatts.co.uk.
We're happy to announce the Race engine technology mag will be staying with the team for 2011.
Chris Perry says " we are pleased to be continuing with Andy and the team. We feel there's a synergy between a race technology mag and a technological race team!"
We thank Chris and the race technology mag for their support.
Race Engine Tech are kindly offering all our supporters and fans a discount on a yearly subscription of their mag. The discount code isredvictor1 and anyone using it will get a 10% discount of their order!
Just pop along to http://www.highpowermedia.com/ and get yourself a very good read every month. It's not our bag particularly but this month there's a very detailed write up and technical spec of the current F1 Toyota engine. A must for any of you tech freaks of the F1 sport..
Please feel free to while away a good few hours looking at the progress we've made so far on either of the build threads, and hop on board with us from a social networking perspective on Facebook and twitter..
We'll continue to do our best to keep you updated with progress through all of these different routes.