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Hansford Sensors backs rising UK motor racing star Tom Ingram
Hansford Sensors are sponsoring the young British motor racing driver Tom Ingram who, at just 18, already has two championships under his belt. Ingram began his bid for a third consecutive car racing title by taking part in the opening round of the 2012 Ginetta GT Supercup at Brands Hatch over the weekend of 31st March and 1st April, delighting his fans with a second-place finish in the first race.
In just three years of racing, Ingram has won both the 2010 Ginetta Junior Championship and the 2011 Ginetta GT Supercup G50 Championship. The latter was won with two rounds to spare and included 10 wins, 18 podiums, 13 fastest laps and 13 pole positions.
We're doing our best to back UK motorsport at a grass roots level, said Chris Hansford, Managing Director of Hansford Sensors. The media naturally focus on F1 but often overlooks the fact that club and grassroots motorsport is where our new generation of drivers is coming from. The UK motorsport industry is one of the most developed in the world, with a solid base of manufacturers, a huge wealth of specialised knowledge and employment for thousands of people, plus of course a huge fan base. Hansford Sensors is proud to support both the efforts of the UK motorsport industry and the obvious talents of Tom Ingram.
About Hansford Sensors Ltd
Hansford Sensors Ltd specialise in the design and manufacture of accelerometers for monitoring vibration and temperature levels of industrial machinery, playing a key part in the role of predictive maintenance. Products include intrinsically safe models for approved use in Group I (Mining) and Group II (Petrochemical). Hansford Sensors Ltd also supply multi-sensor switch boxes, vibration sensor modules, portable vibration meters, accessories for sensors, vibration condition monitoring protection systems and custom built vibration sensors.
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