Grove & Dean Motorsport Insurance, one of our sponsors – ventured up to Silverstone last weekend to exhibit at MotorsportDays Live.
The event featured a diverse range of industry exhibitors to prepare racers for the next race season or track-day event.
Held in the halls of The Wing facility above Silverstone’s garages, the MotorsportDays Live exhibition covered everything from competition parts and supplies to technical products and services. Attendees were able to source the latest car parts, products and racewear, giving them everything they could possibly need to be properly equipped on track.
Any event attendees looking to get on track could visit more than 80 confirmed exhibitors and garages on show at the event, including championship organisers, independent race teams, car manufacturers, engineering companies, race equipment and parts, plus industry recruiters, insurance companies and much more.
MotorsportDays Live offers attendees a unique learning opportunity too, with free conference sessions covering everything from simulator training to sponsorship and media engagement.
Grove & Dean Motorsport Insurance
Of course, amongst them was Grove and Dean Motorsport Insurance!
They are one of Europe’s premier on-track insurers of GT, sportscar, historic and single-seater racing cars, we have a choice of bespoke policies, a dedicated team and an in-house claims manager to remove the hassle from any on-track incidents. For more information, please visit their website.
Grove & Dean Motorsport also manage their own small racing team in the BRSCC Alfa Championship, one of the drivers is Andy Hancock, the director of Grove & Dean Motorsport.
Revolution – a new UK Sports Prototype Cup
The event also saw the unveiling of a new UK Sports Prototype Cup, set to launch in 2019.
Revolution, an all-new track and sub-£100k race car conceived by Radical Sportscars co-founder Phil Abbott, is a true two-seater aiming to change the landscape for race and track driving enthusiasts worldwide.
This lightweight 675kg sportscar is powered by a 300bhp dry-sump Ford 3.7-litre V6 engine, mated to a 3MO 6-speed gearbox utilising WRC technology to again provide reliability and ease of use.
It boasts low running costs to match its stunning performance, with 10,000 km or 100 hours between rebuilds.
Visit https://www.motorsportdays.live/ to find out more on the event.