Brand Motorsports get their man! Swindon, UK, Monday 4th November 2002: In a surprise move Brand Motorsports has recruited top race engineer Gary Davies from Arden International to lead its assault on the 2003 FIA Formula 3000 International ...
Brand Motorsports get their man!
Swindon, UK, Monday 4th November 2002: In a surprise move Brand Motorsports has recruited top race engineer Gary Davies from Arden International to lead its assault on the 2003 FIA Formula 3000 International Championship. Gary was a key member of this years Championship winning team at Arden and his decision to join Brand is a major coup for the team and further demonstrates the determination of Brand Motorsports to take the title in its debut season.
"I'm thrilled at the prospect of working for Brand Motorsports. The focus of the team is clear - to win the title - and it is that ambition and the professionalism of the organisation that swayed me. It is never easy to leave a team that has won the Championship but having seen the facilities at Brands racing HQ and understanding the goals of the company, this move represents a positive step forward. The potential is massive, and in Don Weston-Raper I'll be working with one of the most respected engineers in the business."
Martin Kendrick, Owner and Team Principal:
"I am delighted that we have secured the services of Gary Davies. We identified him as probably the leading engineer in F3000 and realised that to achieve our goal of winning the Championship next season it was essential to recruit personnel of Gary's calibre into Brand Motorsports. He joins us on the 1st December and will bring excellent racing and academic credentials to the team."
Don Weston-Raper, Race Director: "Gary joins us as Chief Race Engineer, responsible for the set up of the cars and working with the drivers to achieve optimum performance. Last year Gary was engineer to Bjorn Wirdheim taking the Swede from a midfield position to the front of the grid. He has a proven record of achieving pole and podium positions and his experience will be invaluable as we prepare for the coming season."