TF Sport steeling itself for strong British GT campaign

Monday, November 24, 2014

TF Sport has unveiled the striking SteelDecking UK livery it will carry on its Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3 for the duration of the 2015 Avon Tyres British GT Championship.
The official Aston Martin Racing Partner Team became the first British GT entrant to announce its 2015 driver line-up earlier this month, confirming that an all-Geordie pairing consisting of Derek Johnston and Matt Bell, will pilot one of its striking Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3s next season.
SteelDecking UK, owned by Johnston, proudly provides an unparalleled customer service experience and, through its partnership with TATA, is able to be competitively priced and fully supportive of its clients’ demands when delivering complete floor and roof decking systems.
Its parent company, MSW, was originally established in 1969 and has grown to become the largest steel decking company in the UK.
With many years of experience and installers trained to the highest standards, the Nottingham-based company offers a wealth of knowledge on projects of all scales and specifications, from the initial design right through to installation of the metal deck.
However, it is hoped that SteelDecking UK’s presence at the sharp end in British GT, which boasts action-packed racing and high levels of exposure, as well as TF Sport’s outstanding presentation and consummate professionalism, will go some way to increasing the company’s visibility and boosting the brand’s image further.
SteelDecking UK Managing Director and TF Sport British GT driver, Derek Johnston, said: “Everything came together with TF Sport – I really liked Tom Ferrier and his TF Sport operation, I’m teamed with a superb driver in Matt Bell, I’m racing the car I wanted and the livery is even to my liking. Competing in a high-profile series like the Avon Tyres British GT Championship serves as an effective ice-breaker when doing business and adds an element of excitement and glamour to SteelDecking UK’s products, giving the company an edge in what is a highly competitive industry. We have worked hard on the livery design because I I felt it was imperative to stand out. Naturally, the most attractive racecars get photographed and receive the most television coverage, although this will be helped by our on-track performances. As the first and only all-Geordie driver line-up, it was important to include the black and white stripes for Newcastle and, as the car looks so great, I’m sure the livery will go some way to increasing SteelDecking UK’s visibility and boosting the brand’s image.”

Source - TF Sport
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