Grainger & Worrall has further validated its advanced sand-casting technique at the Le Mans 24 Hours. The UK-based company, which supplies castings to Gibson Technology, has worked closely with motorsport teams and global vehicle manufacturers to enhance its casting techniques.
“Gibson Technology engines have once again provided teams with both power and reliability at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and part of this success is down to our partner, Grainger & Worrall,” said John Manchester, Gibson Technology’s operations director.
Over the course of the Le Mans event, Gibson Technology engines completed 161,191km, including testing, practice, qualifying, warm up and the race.
“The 24 Hours of Le Mans is an iconic motorsport event and showcase of the latest automotive technologies,” Manchester said. “From the internal combustion engine to hybrid drives, transmission and suspension components, it is the ultimate test of engineering performance and durability. We are delighted to have our advanced techniques successfully demonstrated on such a demanding world stage.”