Global performance engine management specialist, Link ECU, has confirmed it will once again act as headline sponsor of Castle Combe Circuit’s JDMCombe show in 2021.
Offering some of the finest ECU solutions to a vast number of motorsport and powersport vehicles around the globe, the New Zealand-based company will have a large presence at the Japanese car event that’s set to be held on Saturday, 5 June at the Wiltshire venue.
The outfit will also be on-hand at a number of the circuit’s other acclaimed ‘Action Day’ events throughout the year, including Spring Action Day (Sat 15 May), Summer Action Day (Sat 24 July), Forge Action Day (Sat 11 September) and Autumn Action Day (Sat 9 October).
Providing special offers on its impressive range of products, as well as face-to-face technical advice from its talented team of experts, Link ECU’s stand at each of the aforementioned events once again promises to be an extremely popular addition to proceedings.
JDMCombe will celebrate Japanese car culture with plenty of JDM-inspired action both on and off the track. Expect plenty of public track time, vast show stands and much more.
Tom Davis, Castle Combe Circuit’s Director of Sales and Marketing, commented on the announcement: “Link ECU have been standing closely alongside us almost since the forming of our JDMCombe event several years ago. We are delighted to welcome them back and are sure our customers will benefit from their assistance and support just as much as in previous years.”
Link ECU's General Manager for Europe, Middle East and Africa, John Lynd told us: "We are proud to once again be supporting Castle Combe in 2021. The events that Tom and the team work tirelessly on throughout the year are adored by motorsport fans throughout the country and we can't wait to be part of the action again this year. Come and see us at the track and we'll be happy to support you with advice on our extensive range of G4X ECUs and our suite of accessories through to our software – PC Link – one of the most comprehensive tuning packages on the market.”