Audiovisual specialist AVM Impact and vendor partners have just concluded an enjoyable and competitive customer and staff day out at Bedford Autodrome.
If you look closely, you will see that the faces of deepest concentration pictured behind the wheel of a Formula Jaguar are Simon Hutchinson, corporate sales account manager (below), and Ed Cook, chief executive (above), going around the track on the day.
The PalmerSport track day, run by former F1 driver Jonathan Palmer, gives each guest a chance to drive six different high-end race cars around the purpose-built six-mile, four-circuit track.
This year the cars were the Formula Jaguar, a Palmer Jaguar JP-LM, a Land Rover Defender, a BMW M3 GTP, a Caterham 7 Superlight and an Ariel Atom 3.
Ed Cook, chief executive of AVM Impact, said in a statement: "The event was a great opportunity to say thank you to some of our valuable clients for contributing to a very successful year. The instructors pushed guests to drive at speeds they never imagined possible, in cars they may never have imagined driving."
Vendor partners Epson, Samsung and Polycom helped sponsor the event.
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