Team HARD. are very proud to welcome on board for 2018, the market leaders in their industry and the only recognised company of its kind with a ‘Which Trusted Trader’ seal of approval, Engine Carbon Clean (ECC).
Team HARD. and Engine Carbon Clean have agreed a partnership deal that will see the ECC logo feature across various championships this year but headlined by the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship. A deal that will continue to grow as the season progresses and the relationship develops between the two companies.
The British manufactured ECC equipment and technology that is used, is very unique and beneficial to vehicles of all types. Team HARD. will have one of the ECC specialist machines at HQ which will be available for customers to come and experience the difference ECC can produce. If you can’t get to Team HARD. HQ there is a nationwide mobile service offered where ECC come to you and sprinkle their “Which” approved magic on your car while you wait. Motorsport is the place where every tenth of a second is valuable, so ECC will be used on the Team HARD. Fleet of race cars to help us stay at the top.
Sheila Docker, Business Development Director for ECC commented, “We are delighted to be partnering with Team HARD. for the 2018 season. The team and all the drivers are a perfect fit for the values and technology at Engine Carbon Clean, as we share a similar passion and dedication to maximising engine performance.”
Tony Gilham added, “We have previously been introduced to the guys from Engine Carbon Clean by a couple of our drivers and over the winter we met up to discuss how we could work together for mutual benefit. As a team we have a unique structure and have built an extensive business hub which benefits any and all of our partners. Once we sat with Engine Carbon Clean it was clear that the product was the one that we would want to be associated with, help raise awareness of and assist ECC building on their existing customer database. ”
The ECC logo will feature on a selection of the Team HARD. racing cars in 2018 and will also look to carry the popular slogan #followthecog. I’m sure you will see this a fair amount as the year unfolds.