LINK ECU AND DRIFT MASTERS ANNOUNCE 2019 SEASON PARTNERSHIP
Drift Masters European Championship (DMEC) Announces Partnership with Link Engine Management.
< Plock, Poland – Tuesday, 7th May, 2019 >
We are proud to announce that Link Engine Management (Link ECU) has joined forces with the Drift Masters European Championship. Link Engine Management will now act as the official engine management partner of the Drift Masters European Championship.
With a race-proven range of Wire-In ECUs, Plug-In ECUs and more, Link has provided a winning formula for champions from various motorsport series. Link’s ECUs are sold in 65 countries by over 1,500 dealers. Building on their existing partnerships with Formula Drift (USA) and Drift Games (Ireland), comes a new exciting partnership with the Drift Masters European Championship (Europe).
“Drift Masters GP has quickly become the premier drift competition in Europe in only two seasons and is now set to excite the world with a fantastic lineup for the 2019 season. We are eager to see the very best drivers and teams Europe has to offer battling against each other in some of the most exhilarating motorsport action Europe has to offer. We are pleased to see Link ECU’s powering many of the cars competing. This year, to be a part of the championship as a whole, is an exciting prospect for Link Engine Management.” – Andy Millard (Link Engine Management CEO)
“For many years, Link ECU have had a strong presence in the drift scene right across the world and I’m very excited to have them now alongside us at Drift Masters GP. We are looking forward to 2019 and what this season will bring for drifting in Europe. Having such a progressive, supportive and dynamic partner like Link ECU is a huge bonus for our organisation. This partnership is the start of a very positive and long-term cooperation.” – Arkadiusz Dudko (Drift Masters GP CEO)
Link Engine Management provides drivers from around the globe with world-class engine management technology and the ability to tune, monitor and log engine activity. The quality ECU’s have been behind the success many drift champions to date, including 2018 Drift Masters Round One Winner Conor Shanahan, who will be carrying a distinctive Link ECU livery once again into 2019. Conor and his brother Jack will be serious contenders in the series this year, along with fellow Irishman Duane McKeever, Jordanian native Ahmad Daham, The Red Bull Driftbrothers and Steve “Baggsy” Biagioni, all powered by Link ECU.