5th June 2020
Organisers are excited to announce that established Japanese – and now European – performance parts specialist Tegiwa has added its name to the burgeoning list of sponsors for the UK Time Attack Championship.
Based in Stoke-On-Trent, Tegiwa’s experienced team offers in-house expertise to help support and advise its ever-increasing line-up of customers. It ships parts all over the world from its 28,000 square-feet warehouse that carries over 10,000 products representing over 100 different brands. The company is the appointed European distributor for: Skunk2 Racing, Yellow Speed Racing, MFactory, Apex Wheels, K-Tuned and MegaLife Batteries.
Director Luke Sedzikowski explains the motivation behind his company’s decision to support the UK Time Attack championship and highlights Tegiwa’s passion for motorsport and tuning:
“We’re absolutely delighted to be involved with Time Attack this season. Much like the Championship itself, Tegiwa’s origins come from the racetracks of Japan. Consequently, the business has specialised in performance parts for Japanese cars for many years and more recently has expanded into the European market with its sister brand, Tegiwa Euro.
“We’re very much motorsport enthusiasts and pride ourselves on the passion we have for it. The flagship cars in our fast-fleet are our BMW M4 GT4 and endurance-spec Honda NSX that you might just see participate in a few rounds too!
“A big draw that brings us into the Championship is the variety of cars that we’ve seen compete; from garage builds to supercar creations, there really is something for everyone. With the extensive variety of aftermarket products that we sell; from engine tune-up parts, to motorsport racewear, tyres – and almost everything in between – it’s the perfect championship for us to showcase our extensive catalogue for the vast array of different makes and models we cater for.”
In response, UK Time Attack Championship director Andy Barnes said:
“We extend a warm Time Attack welcome to Luke and the Tegiwa team. It’s great to have such an established and well-respected brand come on board for this season. It’s a sound endorsement of what we can offer businesses when it comes to brand exposure and product promotion to the motorsport and tuning market. It appears that our two operations share many of the same values and therefore, I look forward to us working together and achieving great things.”
Tegiwa’s involvement commences immediately and consequently, its branding will appear on the cars and promotional displays at this year’s opening round, which takes place on 11th July at Oulton Park.