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News & Press: Sep 2019

Bcomp recently announced its collaboration with Porsche customer racing team Four Motors

24 September 2019  
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Bcomp recently announced its collaboration with Porsche customer racing team Four Motors in the VLN series and the 24h at Nürburgring

Four Motors from Germany are highly successful and specialise in sustainability, constantly testing new technologies that reduce the CO2 footprint of motorsport and road cars from re-refined engine oil and E20 fuel to lightweight natural fibre bodywork. 

“We’ve only got one earth to live on, it’s our responsibility to take care of our planet for future generations. Four Motors is highly committed in working with its partners to develop and test new innovative technologies for sustainable mobility,” explained Thomas von Löwis, CEO of Four Motors.

“Bcomp is a pioneer in the field of sustainable motorsport; we share their philosophy and benefit from their know-how of natural fibre materials and engineering skills. On the race track their bio lightweight components have proven to be exceptional, as good as lightweight parts from carbon fibre. The difference  being that lightweight parts from natural fibres save some 75% CO2 compared to using carbon fibre.”

Dr. Christian Fischer, Bcomp’s CEO said  “Four Motors is a great team of passionate individuals with whom we share values and high ambitions. They have been doing fantastic work promoting and demonstrating sustainable technologies. They inspire solutions not only for for motorsports, but that make large scale mobility cleaner in the future. We are proud to partner with such a prestigious motorsports partner!”

You can read the full article here.