John Mills Engineering are proud to announce that they have been appointed the sole UK importer for the IAME Gazelle 60cc UK – selected by the MSA as the British Cadet Class from 2013.
Following many months of intense tender processes, we are delighted that the hard work has paid off. This whole vision started several years ago when we learnt that the tender for the Cadet class would be renewed from 2013. Our main goal was to deliver a cost effective, out and out kart race engine for the UK market. In conjunction with IAME, one of the most renowned engine manufacturers, we have been able to bring this new product to the market and introduce a new era of Cadet racing into the UK.
John Mills Engineering Director, James Mills, comments “After many years working towards this goal, this feels like a true milestone for British cadet racing. The current engine has obviously been established for over 20 years in fact being a user in its first years. To many people this may seem like a hard act to follow, however, I feel there is no better time to introduce a new product and feel positive that the combination of the un-sealed IAME Gazelle, simple fixed jet carburettor and IAME’s new, compact recoil start mechanism will step up to the mark and be a successful predecessor. We have several plans that will benefit drivers at all levels – from the Let’s Go Karting scheme, club racing, through to championship racing. Our aim is to make the transition period as seamless as possible and offer supporting incentives along the way”.
IAME Technical Director, Andrea Bossaglia, added: “IAME are delighted that the MSA have chosen our Parilla Gazelle 60cc to be the next generation Cadet engine for the UK. We are really looking forward to continuing our close working relationship with John Mills Engineering, who we are proud to have as our sole UK importer for this product. We feel this partnership will help take the MSA British Championship and club Cadet racing into a new era that builds on their current success”.
For further information about the IAME Gazelle engine, please contact James Mills directly on T: 01636 626424 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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