SuperPro at the PAAA Tuning Show
SuperPro exhibited at the first event of its kind: the PAAA (Performance Automotive Aftermarket Association) Performance Tuning Event on Sunday 25th June at Brands Hatch.
The PAAA is a trade only association of senior decision makers within companies who manufacture, distribute and retail performance parts or services for the automotive aftermarket throughout Europe. The PAAA undertakes to understand, advise and influence government policies that affect its member's interests throughout Europe. It seeks representation with key policy makers across Europe to ensure that the industry is not simply subjected to any new legislation but plays a role in its drafting. That makes the PAAA extremely important for aftermarket suppliers and car enthusiasts alike.
The show successfully acheived its aim to be the largest gathering of the UK’s most influential, quality and leading brands ever recorded in the UK. Not only that, it also included Round 3 of the UK Time Attack series. Time Attack is one of the most captivating motorsport series around and centres around the art of registering the quickest lap-time on circuit using a production based car with no power or upgrade limitations. This means there's a complete spectrum of tuning levels from part-time racers to full blown record smashing circuit monsters.
SuperPro showed off some of their latest and greatest products at the at the show as well as taking the time to talk to customers about their suspension queries and problems. They also sponsor the Time Attack series (so many of the race cars are using their products) and also arranged a Gymkhana demonstration on the circuit after lunch with Jake Archer in his Subaru Impreza STi Hatch and Mike Newland in his Nissan 180 SX S13: both cars are fitted with SuperPro's precision polyurethane suspension bushes.
SuperPro provides superior aftermarket polyurethane suspension bushes and suspension upgrades throughout Europe. One of SuperPro's main standout points is that their products do not increase NVH (Noise, Vibration and Harshness) over the standard OEM rubber products.