D2N – Technology Solutions has signed a multi-year deal to supply a comprehensive Riedel Bolero and Kenwood intercom solution for the Triple Eight Race Engineering/Johor Motor Sports Team who compete in the Fanatec GT World Challenge series.
With multiple teams, drivers’ championships and Bathurst 1000 wins Triple Eight are a powerhouse of the pit lane.
The Fanatec GT World Challenge Asia Series is the continent’s biggest multi-class GT race series.
It also comprises a quarter of SRO Motorsports Group’s worldwide GT3 sprint racing platform, where the performances of manufacturers and drivers contribute towards a global championship as well as domestic titles.
The series is also one of a select few multi-class championships to mix GT3 and GT4 cars, with the latter’s teams and drivers fighting for their own class wins and titles.
Commenting on the D2N comms deal Triple Eight Race Engineering’s GT Team Manager, Andrew Simpson said,#: “D2N’s Managing Director, Jason Owen successfully has previously worked with the team to supply vital equipment to our GT team.
“Since then, Jason has provided an excellent Riedel Bolero and Kenwood intercom solution which fully satisfies the requirements of our Asian GT program.”
Triple Eight’s requirements for their Asian GT program needed a solution that was more expansive than the one the team had been using in Australia.
Simpson continued: “The new communications system needed to be more powerful, flexible and critically have the ability to change between the different radio frequency restrictions in different countries.
“As such, the Riedel Kenwood solution D2N have provided us with will allow us to simply change what range of the DECT spectrum the system operates on to comply with different regulations in various countries.”