Speed Of Sight to partner with GSF Car Parts

GSF Car Parts has announced a new sponsor partnership with life-changing charity Speed of Sight.

The factor group will host a Speed of Sight track day at Three Sisters Circuit in Wigan this August. The company will also provide parts to Speed Of Sight for the maintenance and repair of its fleet of racing and support vehicles. 

Speed Of Sight offers racetrack-based driving experiences to people with sensory impairments, physical or psychological disabilities, or injuries that prevent them from driving. The charity facilitates these events at racetracks around the UK, offering people of all ages the chance to get behind the wheel and drive themselves, with trained professionals with them at all times, for an unforgettable experience.

The charity was established in 2012 and since then has gained recognition for its work, with Co-founder Mike Newman having appeared on numerous TV shows, including Car SOS, The One Show, 5th Gear, Good Morning Britain and more. Mike also holds a number of world records, gaining his first in 2001. 

Exciting time for Speed Of Sight

Speed Of Sight Co-Founder John Galloway stated: “We are thrilled to be partnering with GSF, a well-recognised automotive brand and a perfect addition to our corporate sponsor partners. Their support helps us to deliver life-changing experiences with every drive.”

GSF Car Parts HR Director Jo Warren said: “We are incredibly happy to be partnering with Speed Of Sight to support the incredible work they do to provide genuinely life-changing experiences. 

“As soon as we met John, Mike [Newman, co-founder] and the team, we knew this would be a perfect fit for GSF. Not only will our sponsorship help Speed Of Sight to provide more life-changing experiences to their patrons, it also gives GSF team members the chance to volunteer at track days across the UK as part of our company volunteering scheme.”

GSF supplies thousands of independent garages throughout the UK and Northern Ireland with parts, tools, garage equipment and specialist training via its network of 180 branches. 

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