Pulse-Eight has announced that it has become the title sponsor of Hitech GP, the British motor racing team that competes in FIA Formula 2 and other junior categories. For the 2023 season the team will be known as ‘Hitech Pulse-Eight Racing’.

Silverstone-based Hitech GP has a track record of success and a passion for pushing the boundaries of engineering and performance in the world of motor racing. The partnership brings together two likeminded, innovation-focused British companies as they target global success in the 2023 Formula 2 Championship.

Additionally, Pulse-Eight-owned audio brand Gallo Acoustics will be an associate sponsor, with its branding featured on the Hitech Pulse-Eight race cars.

Pulse-Eight’s CEO Martin Ellis expressed his excitement about the partnership, saying, “I’m thrilled to partner with Hitech GP and to show our customers and partners the power of two British engineering companies coming together to achieve great things. We look forward to the brand engagement opportunities that this partnership will bring to our end-users and dealer base.”

Hitech GP Director Oliver Oakes also shared his enthusiasm, stating “We are delighted to have Pulse-Eight as our title sponsor for the 2023 season. It’s fantastic to have another British company supporting us and we are looking forward to a successful season for Hitech Pulse-Eight Racing.”

The 2023 season will be an exciting one for Hitech Pulse-Eight Racing, with a new driver line-up that includes Red Bull Junior drivers Isack Hadjar and Jak Crawford, as well as a strong Formula 3 team that includes Alpine Junior Driver Gabriele Minì and another Red Bull Junior in Sebastián Montoya.

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