As we continue our series of posts on Sam Osborne's progress in the Thundersport GB motorcycle season we head to Donington where, in his own words, Sam’s second event of the season did not go according to plan!
Sam Osborne has made his racing comeback and it was certainly a roller-coaster weekend at the iconic Brands Hatch circuit.
You may remember that our sponsored bike rider Sam Osborne had to stop racing just after the season’s start last year after being diagnosed with Post-Concussion Syndrome. He sustained a head injury during a crash at a testing session at the end of 2015, the consequences of which only became apparent a few months later. Now, Sam is on course to return to racing in 2017 and will compete on a bigger bike.
We are happy to announce several new ranges of environmentally-sealed D-Subminiature connectors designed for use in those applications where enclosures need to be protected against the effects of dust, splashing water, rain and limited water immersion.
The UK-made LMH series of bayonet coupling circular connectors, manufactured by Weald Electronics, are ideally suited for demanding environmental applications including those found across many industry sectors.
FC Lane's Managing Director Simon Hammerton discusses our client's need for unique electrical connector solutions, such as customer-specific fibre-optic cable assemblies, that are always in high-demand and for which we are always increasing our capacity.
As a leading distributor of electrical and electronic connector products we are able to supply a range of circular connectors that meet the requirements of MIL-DTL-38999 SERIES III, making them suitable for a wide variety of demanding applications.
Once again, we are exhibiting at the Autosport Engineering show which takes place at Birmingham’s NEC starting January 12th.
We significantly increased our ITW McMurdo inventory and now have available for immediate dispatch more ITW McMurdo connector ranges than ever before including the popular M200 and Red Range, as well as the 801 Series PCB connector system.
As we've reported before, each year LU Motorsport (Loughborough University Motorsport) develops, builds, tests and races a new single seat race car. From CAD to test circuit, these vehicles are designed from a blank sheet of paper, with the knowledge and expertise from over a decade of racing experience.