We’re on board with Matty Lawson’s Twin Charged Evo going in a reverse direction at Knockhill. Managing a 53.6 second lap is very good for a Pro Class car. There’s still a lot more to come from the driver and the car with some new parts fitted on top of our paddle shift system. The driver needs to learn the reverse direction more also as Knockill have only allowed this for around 1-1.5 years on a few events of the season. Matty’s car uses our solid state wireless kit to allow paddles, multi-position switches and buttons to be fitted to his steering wheel while it can be fully disconnected. He’s seen no issues and complete reliability with this system. It’s paired with our Quaife fitting kit which bolts the XAP EShift actuation directly on to the sequential gearbox and allows for an all-in-one and extremely easy to fit paddle shift solution for club level users.
More information to follow.