April 2018 | Link Engine ManagementLink Engine Management

Remembering Possum Bourne – PossumLink

Today, the 30th april 2018, commemorates 15 years since the passing of New Zealand Motorsport legend Possum Bourne.

Possum played an important part of the history of Link ECU which we continue to acknowledge to this day.

When Link Engine Management began over 25 years ago, as a group of friends producing ECU’s for a hobby, little did they know a world-renowned driver such as Possum would ask them to build and electronic control unit for his WRC rally car. In the early 1990’s a joint venture between Link ECU and Possum Bourne Motorsport saw our first rally specific ECU come to life – the PossumLink.

 

 

The PossumLink was one of our first big successes. Used predominantly in WRX rally cars, it proved the reliability and quality of what the folk at Link ECU could produce.

We are proud to recognize Possum’s support when Link Engine Management was a fledgling company. His confidence and belief in our product gave us the exposure to begin growing into the global competitor we are today.

He is remembered as more than just a world-class driver, but as a real good sort.

 

Possum Bourne Motorsport 2015 Ltd

 

D1NZ drifting Round 4

D1NZ is New Zealand’s premier drift Motorsport series. Link ECU is proud to be the title sponsor in 2018, which see’s five events throughout New Zealand boasting the countries best drivers, and cars, sliding sideways.

The series doubles at the New Zealand Extreme Motorsport series, where ATV’s, Supermoto motorcycles, and Rallycross vehicles also put on a massive display for the fans.
Round four at Manfeild Park Raceway in Feilding on the 21st April 2018 was exclusively drifting, as competition heated up for the overall D1NZ Championship honors. Darren Kelly, Cole Armstrong and Fanga Dan Woolhouse were all locked in a tight battle for the top spot in the Pro Drift class. In ProSport, Tay James, Jordy Cole and Liam Burke were all putting in consistent performances to top the points table heading into Round four.
Despite the wild winds all weekend, our drift pilots certainly put on a display of epic driver skill at the Chris Amon circuit. The drivers weren’t afraid to get close and comfortable with each other in practise which kept team’s busy repairing body work and ensuring things didn’t get too out of control.

 

 

What’s motorsport without cable ties aye, Cole Armstrong?

 

In qualifying, it was Drew Donovan who topped the charts. Followed closely by Nissan GTR pilot Darren Kelly and Ben Wilkinson.

 

Darren showing us his driver skill in the Nissan RB R35 GTR

 

Ben White ‘Beedub drift’ is always a great supporter of Link. Ben’s turbocharged Nissan V8 Nissan Silvia S15 utilizes a Link Xtreme ECU in the Pro-sport class.

 

After two day’s practise and competition, the final PRO results were in:
  1. Adam Davies
  2. Darren Kelly
  3. Andrew Redwood
Huge congratulations to Adam Davies and team DSR who managed to take the win in the Nissan 180sx. The team’s two drivers, Adam & Dave Steadman, were sharing this car over the weekend, which went on to prove the power of the rotary engine by claiming 1st and 6th positions.

 

The ProSport class ended as follows:
  1. Scotty Dinsdale
  2. Liam Burke
  3. Tay James
Now the series heads to Pukekohe Raceway, for the grand finale. Link is extremely pleased to be in attendance and present the 2018 Link ECU D1NZ Champion with their trophy and prize – a trip to compete in the Irish Drift Championship (IDC) at Mondello park.

Winners are Grinners! 2018 Irish Drift Championship begins

The weekend 21st and 22nd April saw the season opener of the 2018 Irish Drift Championship (IDC) hosted at Mondello Park.

The pre-season indicated that 2018 competition was shaping up to be even more fierce than ever, in what is already one of the most ruthless drift motorsport competition’s around the world.

Both the Shanahan brothers, Conor and Jack, spent the Irish winter time refreshing their cars and color schemes. A 2JZ powered Nissan S14 for Jack will certainly give him the additional power he requires to remain at the top, while Conor’s Nissan 180sx is looking incredible in it’s new Link ECU / Westlake tires livery.

Other competitors returning to competition in 2018 included Duane McKeever, Mitch Larner, Brian Egan and Mike Fitz. Link was also pleased to see IDC veteran Paul Conlan back for another season in his Nissan S15.

Once competition commenced it was clear to see that Duane McKeever was continuing his good form after dominating the battles at Round 1 of the British Drift Championship (BDC) held the weekend before.  McKeever proved his point in qualifying topping the leader board with a solid 88.3 point score!

Once the top 24 were whittled down, it was McKeever and the youngest of the Shanahan brothers, Conor, in the final. Duane continued his unstoppable form by narrowly taking the win after an epic display of driver skill from both competitiors.

The standard of competition in both the PRO and PRO-AM classes over the weekend was incredible. Link ECU congratulates all drivers and their teams – we are extremely proud to be a part of the Irish Drift Championship once again in 2018.

Formula D season opener this weekend!

This weekend (6-7th April) signals the start of another season of tyre tearing for USA’s greatest drift drivers as Formula Drift heads to Long Beach, California! Featuring the pro class, the interesting street circuit will showcase all the hard work these drivers and crews have put in over the off-season.

Link ECU are proud to officially support Deane Kearney & Jeff Jones who will be competing.

Link will also have a booth vendors area where you can chat to some of our sales team and check out our latest product range. The purple tent should not be hard to miss so make sure you stop by if in attendance! We will also have the Pro2 2JZ powered #nissan #370z of George Kiriakopoulos nearby for fans to have a close up look of. George will next be in action in Atlanta on May 11-12 in the LinkECU sponsored Pro2 series.

 

Link Announced as 2018 Hi-tech Awards Finalist!

The NZ Hi-Tech Awards are the major awards for the NZ technology sector recognizing the great success of both companies and individuals.

Link Engine Management is delighted to say we have been announced as finalists for the Emerging Company of the Year in the 2018 awards. These will take place at a gala dinner in Christchurch on the 25th May, after a Panel judging session for all finalists on Thursday 12th April.

We are one of the fastest growing automotive technology companies in the world. Our kiwi‑grown technology enhances the performance of engines, maximising their efficiency and performance while reducing fuel use and emissions. Link’s expertise is found in a myriad of applications from race cars to fleet vehicles, EV Hybrids and even drones. Loved by race drivers and accountants alike, 85% of our sales are export, and we’re stoked to say that while Christchurch is home, the world is our market. To be nominated for these awards is a great testament to our hard work over the past years and our growth in the tech sector.

http://www.hitech.org.nz/awards/finalists/year/2018

Remembering Possum Bourne – PossumLink

Today, the 30th april 2018, commemorates 15 years since the passing of New Zealand Motorsport legend Possum Bourne.

Possum played an important part of the history of Link ECU which we continue to acknowledge to this day.

When Link Engine Management began over 25 years ago, as a group of friends producing ECU’s for a hobby, little did they know a world-renowned driver such as Possum would ask them to build and electronic control unit for his WRC rally car. In the early 1990’s a joint venture between Link ECU and Possum Bourne Motorsport saw our first rally specific ECU come to life – the PossumLink.

 

 

The PossumLink was one of our first big successes. Used predominantly in WRX rally cars, it proved the reliability and quality of what the folk at Link ECU could produce.

We are proud to recognize Possum’s support when Link Engine Management was a fledgling company. His confidence and belief in our product gave us the exposure to begin growing into the global competitor we are today.

He is remembered as more than just a world-class driver, but as a real good sort.

 

Possum Bourne Motorsport 2015 Ltd

 

D1NZ drifting Round 4

D1NZ is New Zealand’s premier drift Motorsport series. Link ECU is proud to be the title sponsor in 2018, which see’s five events throughout New Zealand boasting the countries best drivers, and cars, sliding sideways.

The series doubles at the New Zealand Extreme Motorsport series, where ATV’s, Supermoto motorcycles, and Rallycross vehicles also put on a massive display for the fans.
Round four at Manfeild Park Raceway in Feilding on the 21st April 2018 was exclusively drifting, as competition heated up for the overall D1NZ Championship honors. Darren Kelly, Cole Armstrong and Fanga Dan Woolhouse were all locked in a tight battle for the top spot in the Pro Drift class. In ProSport, Tay James, Jordy Cole and Liam Burke were all putting in consistent performances to top the points table heading into Round four.
Despite the wild winds all weekend, our drift pilots certainly put on a display of epic driver skill at the Chris Amon circuit. The drivers weren’t afraid to get close and comfortable with each other in practise which kept team’s busy repairing body work and ensuring things didn’t get too out of control.

 

 

What’s motorsport without cable ties aye, Cole Armstrong?

 

In qualifying, it was Drew Donovan who topped the charts. Followed closely by Nissan GTR pilot Darren Kelly and Ben Wilkinson.

 

Darren showing us his driver skill in the Nissan RB R35 GTR

 

Ben White ‘Beedub drift’ is always a great supporter of Link. Ben’s turbocharged Nissan V8 Nissan Silvia S15 utilizes a Link Xtreme ECU in the Pro-sport class.

 

After two day’s practise and competition, the final PRO results were in:
  1. Adam Davies
  2. Darren Kelly
  3. Andrew Redwood
Huge congratulations to Adam Davies and team DSR who managed to take the win in the Nissan 180sx. The team’s two drivers, Adam & Dave Steadman, were sharing this car over the weekend, which went on to prove the power of the rotary engine by claiming 1st and 6th positions.

 

The ProSport class ended as follows:
  1. Scotty Dinsdale
  2. Liam Burke
  3. Tay James
Now the series heads to Pukekohe Raceway, for the grand finale. Link is extremely pleased to be in attendance and present the 2018 Link ECU D1NZ Champion with their trophy and prize – a trip to compete in the Irish Drift Championship (IDC) at Mondello park.

Winners are Grinners! 2018 Irish Drift Championship begins

The weekend 21st and 22nd April saw the season opener of the 2018 Irish Drift Championship (IDC) hosted at Mondello Park.

The pre-season indicated that 2018 competition was shaping up to be even more fierce than ever, in what is already one of the most ruthless drift motorsport competition’s around the world.

Both the Shanahan brothers, Conor and Jack, spent the Irish winter time refreshing their cars and color schemes. A 2JZ powered Nissan S14 for Jack will certainly give him the additional power he requires to remain at the top, while Conor’s Nissan 180sx is looking incredible in it’s new Link ECU / Westlake tires livery.

Other competitors returning to competition in 2018 included Duane McKeever, Mitch Larner, Brian Egan and Mike Fitz. Link was also pleased to see IDC veteran Paul Conlan back for another season in his Nissan S15.

Once competition commenced it was clear to see that Duane McKeever was continuing his good form after dominating the battles at Round 1 of the British Drift Championship (BDC) held the weekend before.  McKeever proved his point in qualifying topping the leader board with a solid 88.3 point score!

Once the top 24 were whittled down, it was McKeever and the youngest of the Shanahan brothers, Conor, in the final. Duane continued his unstoppable form by narrowly taking the win after an epic display of driver skill from both competitiors.

The standard of competition in both the PRO and PRO-AM classes over the weekend was incredible. Link ECU congratulates all drivers and their teams – we are extremely proud to be a part of the Irish Drift Championship once again in 2018.

Formula D season opener this weekend!

This weekend (6-7th April) signals the start of another season of tyre tearing for USA’s greatest drift drivers as Formula Drift heads to Long Beach, California! Featuring the pro class, the interesting street circuit will showcase all the hard work these drivers and crews have put in over the off-season.

Link ECU are proud to officially support Deane Kearney & Jeff Jones who will be competing.

Link will also have a booth vendors area where you can chat to some of our sales team and check out our latest product range. The purple tent should not be hard to miss so make sure you stop by if in attendance! We will also have the Pro2 2JZ powered #nissan #370z of George Kiriakopoulos nearby for fans to have a close up look of. George will next be in action in Atlanta on May 11-12 in the LinkECU sponsored Pro2 series.

 

Link Announced as 2018 Hi-tech Awards Finalist!

The NZ Hi-Tech Awards are the major awards for the NZ technology sector recognizing the great success of both companies and individuals.

Link Engine Management is delighted to say we have been announced as finalists for the Emerging Company of the Year in the 2018 awards. These will take place at a gala dinner in Christchurch on the 25th May, after a Panel judging session for all finalists on Thursday 12th April.

We are one of the fastest growing automotive technology companies in the world. Our kiwi‑grown technology enhances the performance of engines, maximising their efficiency and performance while reducing fuel use and emissions. Link’s expertise is found in a myriad of applications from race cars to fleet vehicles, EV Hybrids and even drones. Loved by race drivers and accountants alike, 85% of our sales are export, and we’re stoked to say that while Christchurch is home, the world is our market. To be nominated for these awards is a great testament to our hard work over the past years and our growth in the tech sector.

http://www.hitech.org.nz/awards/finalists/year/2018

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Remembering Possum Bourne – PossumLink

Today, the 30th april 2018, commemorates 15 years since the passing of New Zealand Motorsport legend Possum Bourne.

Possum played an important part of the history of Link ECU which we continue to acknowledge to this day.

When Link Engine Management began over 25 years ago, as a group of friends producing ECU’s for a hobby, little did they know a world-renowned driver such as Possum would ask them to build and electronic control unit for his WRC rally car. In the early 1990’s a joint venture between Link ECU and Possum Bourne Motorsport saw our first rally specific ECU come to life – the PossumLink.

 

 

The PossumLink was one of our first big successes. Used predominantly in WRX rally cars, it proved the reliability and quality of what the folk at Link ECU could produce.

We are proud to recognize Possum’s support when Link Engine Management was a fledgling company. His confidence and belief in our product gave us the exposure to begin growing into the global competitor we are today.

He is remembered as more than just a world-class driver, but as a real good sort.

 

Possum Bourne Motorsport 2015 Ltd

 

D1NZ drifting Round 4

D1NZ is New Zealand’s premier drift Motorsport series. Link ECU is proud to be the title sponsor in 2018, which see’s five events throughout New Zealand boasting the countries best drivers, and cars, sliding sideways.

The series doubles at the New Zealand Extreme Motorsport series, where ATV’s, Supermoto motorcycles, and Rallycross vehicles also put on a massive display for the fans.
Round four at Manfeild Park Raceway in Feilding on the 21st April 2018 was exclusively drifting, as competition heated up for the overall D1NZ Championship honors. Darren Kelly, Cole Armstrong and Fanga Dan Woolhouse were all locked in a tight battle for the top spot in the Pro Drift class. In ProSport, Tay James, Jordy Cole and Liam Burke were all putting in consistent performances to top the points table heading into Round four.
Despite the wild winds all weekend, our drift pilots certainly put on a display of epic driver skill at the Chris Amon circuit. The drivers weren’t afraid to get close and comfortable with each other in practise which kept team’s busy repairing body work and ensuring things didn’t get too out of control.

 

 

What’s motorsport without cable ties aye, Cole Armstrong?

 

In qualifying, it was Drew Donovan who topped the charts. Followed closely by Nissan GTR pilot Darren Kelly and Ben Wilkinson.

 

Darren showing us his driver skill in the Nissan RB R35 GTR

 

Ben White ‘Beedub drift’ is always a great supporter of Link. Ben’s turbocharged Nissan V8 Nissan Silvia S15 utilizes a Link Xtreme ECU in the Pro-sport class.

 

After two day’s practise and competition, the final PRO results were in:
  1. Adam Davies
  2. Darren Kelly
  3. Andrew Redwood
Huge congratulations to Adam Davies and team DSR who managed to take the win in the Nissan 180sx. The team’s two drivers, Adam & Dave Steadman, were sharing this car over the weekend, which went on to prove the power of the rotary engine by claiming 1st and 6th positions.

 

The ProSport class ended as follows:
  1. Scotty Dinsdale
  2. Liam Burke
  3. Tay James
Now the series heads to Pukekohe Raceway, for the grand finale. Link is extremely pleased to be in attendance and present the 2018 Link ECU D1NZ Champion with their trophy and prize – a trip to compete in the Irish Drift Championship (IDC) at Mondello park.

Winners are Grinners! 2018 Irish Drift Championship begins

The weekend 21st and 22nd April saw the season opener of the 2018 Irish Drift Championship (IDC) hosted at Mondello Park.

The pre-season indicated that 2018 competition was shaping up to be even more fierce than ever, in what is already one of the most ruthless drift motorsport competition’s around the world.

Both the Shanahan brothers, Conor and Jack, spent the Irish winter time refreshing their cars and color schemes. A 2JZ powered Nissan S14 for Jack will certainly give him the additional power he requires to remain at the top, while Conor’s Nissan 180sx is looking incredible in it’s new Link ECU / Westlake tires livery.

Other competitors returning to competition in 2018 included Duane McKeever, Mitch Larner, Brian Egan and Mike Fitz. Link was also pleased to see IDC veteran Paul Conlan back for another season in his Nissan S15.

Once competition commenced it was clear to see that Duane McKeever was continuing his good form after dominating the battles at Round 1 of the British Drift Championship (BDC) held the weekend before.  McKeever proved his point in qualifying topping the leader board with a solid 88.3 point score!

Once the top 24 were whittled down, it was McKeever and the youngest of the Shanahan brothers, Conor, in the final. Duane continued his unstoppable form by narrowly taking the win after an epic display of driver skill from both competitiors.

The standard of competition in both the PRO and PRO-AM classes over the weekend was incredible. Link ECU congratulates all drivers and their teams – we are extremely proud to be a part of the Irish Drift Championship once again in 2018.

Formula D season opener this weekend!

This weekend (6-7th April) signals the start of another season of tyre tearing for USA’s greatest drift drivers as Formula Drift heads to Long Beach, California! Featuring the pro class, the interesting street circuit will showcase all the hard work these drivers and crews have put in over the off-season.

Link ECU are proud to officially support Deane Kearney & Jeff Jones who will be competing.

Link will also have a booth vendors area where you can chat to some of our sales team and check out our latest product range. The purple tent should not be hard to miss so make sure you stop by if in attendance! We will also have the Pro2 2JZ powered #nissan #370z of George Kiriakopoulos nearby for fans to have a close up look of. George will next be in action in Atlanta on May 11-12 in the LinkECU sponsored Pro2 series.

 

Link Announced as 2018 Hi-tech Awards Finalist!

The NZ Hi-Tech Awards are the major awards for the NZ technology sector recognizing the great success of both companies and individuals.

Link Engine Management is delighted to say we have been announced as finalists for the Emerging Company of the Year in the 2018 awards. These will take place at a gala dinner in Christchurch on the 25th May, after a Panel judging session for all finalists on Thursday 12th April.

We are one of the fastest growing automotive technology companies in the world. Our kiwi‑grown technology enhances the performance of engines, maximising their efficiency and performance while reducing fuel use and emissions. Link’s expertise is found in a myriad of applications from race cars to fleet vehicles, EV Hybrids and even drones. Loved by race drivers and accountants alike, 85% of our sales are export, and we’re stoked to say that while Christchurch is home, the world is our market. To be nominated for these awards is a great testament to our hard work over the past years and our growth in the tech sector.

http://www.hitech.org.nz/awards/finalists/year/2018

xxxxx

Remembering Possum Bourne – PossumLink

Today, the 30th april 2018, commemorates 15 years since the passing of New Zealand Motorsport legend Possum Bourne.

Possum played an important part of the history of Link ECU which we continue to acknowledge to this day.

When Link Engine Management began over 25 years ago, as a group of friends producing ECU’s for a hobby, little did they know a world-renowned driver such as Possum would ask them to build and electronic control unit for his WRC rally car. In the early 1990’s a joint venture between Link ECU and Possum Bourne Motorsport saw our first rally specific ECU come to life – the PossumLink.

 

 

The PossumLink was one of our first big successes. Used predominantly in WRX rally cars, it proved the reliability and quality of what the folk at Link ECU could produce.

We are proud to recognize Possum’s support when Link Engine Management was a fledgling company. His confidence and belief in our product gave us the exposure to begin growing into the global competitor we are today.

He is remembered as more than just a world-class driver, but as a real good sort.

 

Possum Bourne Motorsport 2015 Ltd

 

D1NZ drifting Round 4

D1NZ is New Zealand’s premier drift Motorsport series. Link ECU is proud to be the title sponsor in 2018, which see’s five events throughout New Zealand boasting the countries best drivers, and cars, sliding sideways.

The series doubles at the New Zealand Extreme Motorsport series, where ATV’s, Supermoto motorcycles, and Rallycross vehicles also put on a massive display for the fans.
Round four at Manfeild Park Raceway in Feilding on the 21st April 2018 was exclusively drifting, as competition heated up for the overall D1NZ Championship honors. Darren Kelly, Cole Armstrong and Fanga Dan Woolhouse were all locked in a tight battle for the top spot in the Pro Drift class. In ProSport, Tay James, Jordy Cole and Liam Burke were all putting in consistent performances to top the points table heading into Round four.
Despite the wild winds all weekend, our drift pilots certainly put on a display of epic driver skill at the Chris Amon circuit. The drivers weren’t afraid to get close and comfortable with each other in practise which kept team’s busy repairing body work and ensuring things didn’t get too out of control.

 

 

What’s motorsport without cable ties aye, Cole Armstrong?

 

In qualifying, it was Drew Donovan who topped the charts. Followed closely by Nissan GTR pilot Darren Kelly and Ben Wilkinson.

 

Darren showing us his driver skill in the Nissan RB R35 GTR

 

Ben White ‘Beedub drift’ is always a great supporter of Link. Ben’s turbocharged Nissan V8 Nissan Silvia S15 utilizes a Link Xtreme ECU in the Pro-sport class.

 

After two day’s practise and competition, the final PRO results were in:
  1. Adam Davies
  2. Darren Kelly
  3. Andrew Redwood
Huge congratulations to Adam Davies and team DSR who managed to take the win in the Nissan 180sx. The team’s two drivers, Adam & Dave Steadman, were sharing this car over the weekend, which went on to prove the power of the rotary engine by claiming 1st and 6th positions.

 

The ProSport class ended as follows:
  1. Scotty Dinsdale
  2. Liam Burke
  3. Tay James
Now the series heads to Pukekohe Raceway, for the grand finale. Link is extremely pleased to be in attendance and present the 2018 Link ECU D1NZ Champion with their trophy and prize – a trip to compete in the Irish Drift Championship (IDC) at Mondello park.

Winners are Grinners! 2018 Irish Drift Championship begins

The weekend 21st and 22nd April saw the season opener of the 2018 Irish Drift Championship (IDC) hosted at Mondello Park.

The pre-season indicated that 2018 competition was shaping up to be even more fierce than ever, in what is already one of the most ruthless drift motorsport competition’s around the world.

Both the Shanahan brothers, Conor and Jack, spent the Irish winter time refreshing their cars and color schemes. A 2JZ powered Nissan S14 for Jack will certainly give him the additional power he requires to remain at the top, while Conor’s Nissan 180sx is looking incredible in it’s new Link ECU / Westlake tires livery.

Other competitors returning to competition in 2018 included Duane McKeever, Mitch Larner, Brian Egan and Mike Fitz. Link was also pleased to see IDC veteran Paul Conlan back for another season in his Nissan S15.

Once competition commenced it was clear to see that Duane McKeever was continuing his good form after dominating the battles at Round 1 of the British Drift Championship (BDC) held the weekend before.  McKeever proved his point in qualifying topping the leader board with a solid 88.3 point score!

Once the top 24 were whittled down, it was McKeever and the youngest of the Shanahan brothers, Conor, in the final. Duane continued his unstoppable form by narrowly taking the win after an epic display of driver skill from both competitiors.

The standard of competition in both the PRO and PRO-AM classes over the weekend was incredible. Link ECU congratulates all drivers and their teams – we are extremely proud to be a part of the Irish Drift Championship once again in 2018.

Formula D season opener this weekend!

This weekend (6-7th April) signals the start of another season of tyre tearing for USA’s greatest drift drivers as Formula Drift heads to Long Beach, California! Featuring the pro class, the interesting street circuit will showcase all the hard work these drivers and crews have put in over the off-season.

Link ECU are proud to officially support Deane Kearney & Jeff Jones who will be competing.

Link will also have a booth vendors area where you can chat to some of our sales team and check out our latest product range. The purple tent should not be hard to miss so make sure you stop by if in attendance! We will also have the Pro2 2JZ powered #nissan #370z of George Kiriakopoulos nearby for fans to have a close up look of. George will next be in action in Atlanta on May 11-12 in the LinkECU sponsored Pro2 series.

 

Link Announced as 2018 Hi-tech Awards Finalist!

The NZ Hi-Tech Awards are the major awards for the NZ technology sector recognizing the great success of both companies and individuals.

Link Engine Management is delighted to say we have been announced as finalists for the Emerging Company of the Year in the 2018 awards. These will take place at a gala dinner in Christchurch on the 25th May, after a Panel judging session for all finalists on Thursday 12th April.

We are one of the fastest growing automotive technology companies in the world. Our kiwi‑grown technology enhances the performance of engines, maximising their efficiency and performance while reducing fuel use and emissions. Link’s expertise is found in a myriad of applications from race cars to fleet vehicles, EV Hybrids and even drones. Loved by race drivers and accountants alike, 85% of our sales are export, and we’re stoked to say that while Christchurch is home, the world is our market. To be nominated for these awards is a great testament to our hard work over the past years and our growth in the tech sector.

http://www.hitech.org.nz/awards/finalists/year/2018

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