New partnership delivers high quality tooling for important maintenance and race support work.
Castle Combe Circuit and Castle Combe Racing Club are pleased to announce a 2018 partnership agreement with DAMAR International / SONIC TOOLS.
SONIC TOOLS, now Official Tool supplier to Castle Combe Circuit, will supply the Castle Combe Maintenance team with new hand tools, tool boxes and more, to be used for everything from general maintenance to fixing Armco fencing and repairing support vehicles.
Les Rawlings, Site Manager, commented “it is vitality important to us to use high quality and reliable tools when we are repairing Armco fencing on race days. When you are under pressure to fix important infrastructure you can’t afford to be let down by poor quality equipment”.
Tom Davis, Sales and Marketing Manager, said – “We spend a considerable amount of money on replacing hand tools on a regular basis and we have proven that using cheap is not cost effective. It seemed like the perfect fit for our brand when David from Sonic Tools approached us.”
David Martin from Sonic Tools comments, “Partnering with a circuit like Caste Combe is a huge achievement for SONIC TOOLS. With almost 70 years of history and their need for high quality reliable tools we were delighted to be able to work together.”
It won’t just be the circuit that benefits from a fresh new set of tools but also each of three home grown championship winners will be eligible to win a fancy new tool box at the end of the season. Championship Coordinator, Jo Lewkowicz, commented, “It is always great to offer our competitors something to win after all their hard work throughout the season and we know how much tools can cost”.
It also intended that a small range of hand tools will be available to purchase on track days for those who need an extra screwdriver or adjustable spanner…
Find out more about Sonic Tools by visiting http://automotive.damar.biz/sonicPosted by Jo Lewkowicz on Thursday 15 February 2018
Autumn Classic Race Day
at Castle Combe Circuit
5 October 2019