Spada will be supplying exclusively made suits for the school based on their popular Curve Evo style race suit. The suits have been initially tested by Ron Haslam himself.
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Haslam said: “I’ve tried the suit, it fits perfectly, it’s really comfortable to use and I’m really excited to be working with Spada for the future of the school.”
Ron will be using the Curve Evo Suit, Spada’s new full grain premium leather suit for 2016. Working with their badging partner, Mango Group, Spada will be looking to offer fully badged and customisable suits for 2017.
Spada will also be providing race boots and gloves to the school with a view for a long term partnership. The school has been running for 20 years and over those 20 years the school’s reputation for quality, safety and performance has gone from strength to strength and people from all over the country come to gain from the experience
of the instructors and the school.
Steve Clifford, Sales Director for Feridax, said: “We are really excited to be working together, it’s a fantastic platform to continue our ongoing development of all of our products, liaising with the race school gives us that opportunity.”
Spada has a growing presence in the racing arena, sponsoring TT winner Dean Harrison and BSB champion Glenn Irwin and now Ron Haslam is wearing his Spada Curve Evo on a weekly basis. Both Dean and Glenn have been involved as part of the Spada Test Crew, testing and assisting Spada in developing the suit to ensure maximum safety