To create a motorcycle as radical as the WMC250EV and execute it to the finish achieved takes a huge number of organisations input.  We are delighted to announce that we were successful in winning the Automotive Award in The Engineer “Collaborate to Innovate”.  It is the sixth year this competition has been run by The Engineer, a publication that is recognised around the World and was founded in 1865 to celebrate engineering innovation.       

This is fantastic recognition for the input Ace Composites, EY3, John Keogh, RML and Total Sim (as well as a number of other companies) had in producing the WMC250EV.  We would like to congratulate the other finalists

Application of games technology in automotive digital tools (Epic Games & BMW)

CAVForth (Fusion Processing with Stagecoach Group Plc, Alexander Dennis, Transport Scotland, Naipier University and Bristol Robotics Lab)

Vehicle security operations centres for type approval compliance (Horiba Mira & BT)

Warwick Moto (WMG Warwick Manufacturing Group, Catapult & Norton Motorcycles with MIVOLT, Michelin, PWR, Dymag, Laserlines, Wraptastic, Rock West Composites, Xometry, Renthal, Pro-Bolt, embed, R&G, HEL, RS Components and BLK)

“We are so lucky to be based in the UK Motorsport triangle, where a number of the World leading motorsport organisations are based.  It is this network that has delivered this amazing award.  Whilst the main collaborators Ace Composites, EY3, John Keogh, RML & Total Sim had a huge impact on the delivery, there were a further 30 organisations that were involved.  Rather than take the approach, it’s my project I know best, I strongly believe in engaging experts in their field to create the best execution possible ” Robert White Founder and CEO of White Motorcycle Concepts.

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