Light, where and when it’s needed!
CARBON8 LIGHTING PROVIDE ILLUMINATION AT AUTOSPORT INTERNATIONAL
LED floodlights from Carbon8 will be illuminating the Anglo American Oil stand at Autosport International Exhibition being held at the NEC, Birmingham. The exhibition is now in its 26th year and is Europe’s largest indoor pre-season motorsport event, featuring every level of Motor Racing – from Karting to Formula 1, bringing together the world of motorsport under one roof for motorsport enthusiasts.
Anglo American Oils based in Dorset are well-known providers of a wide range of race fuel, oil and high performance racing products and discovered Carbon8 by chance through an internet search over three years ago. Anders Hildebrand, MD at Anglo American Oils commented “We were looking for good quality, high performance lighting to use on our stand and after initial contact with Carbon8, we were extremely impressed with the knowledge and professionalism of the team”. The stand is being lit by a selection of Carbon8 floodlights ranging from 10W to 600W, which are being used to create a bright and welcoming environment whilst accentuating the company’s products. Anders continued “We really wanted to make our stand ‘stand out’ and this has been successfully achieved using the Carbon8 lighting. We have been so pleased with the performance of the lamps and support from the company that we are now in our third year using the current LED floodlights”.
Carbon8’s managing director Simon Miles is no stranger to the bright lights of the motor racing circuit and the new racing livery for his Hyundai Coupe racing car will be making its debut on the British Automobile Racing Club (BARC) stand at the show, with Simon looking forward to a successful year of racing under the BARC Coupe Cup sponsorship.
“We really wanted to make our stand ‘stand out’ and this has been successfully achieved using the Carbon8 lighting. We have been so pleased with the performance of the lamps and support from the company that we are now in our third year using the current LED floodlights”