Great drivers need great cars. At Superchips we know that in motorsport our ECU remaps give great drivers the power they need when they need it.
We are driven to work with the best and are extremely proud of our relationships with key partners within motorsport. Our track record in providing petrol engine tuning for motorsport underlines our commitment to performance.
Matt Neal was the first driver in the modern era to successfully defend the most prestigious prize in UK motor sport - the Dunlop MSA BTCC title.
In 2005 Matt was crowned champion in a season where he scored points in every single race, and the 6’6” driver earned the “people’s champion” tag when he became the first independent driver to win a race outright. Since 2010 he has driven for Honda Racing, winning the championship for the third time in 2010.
Superchips has been a personal sponsor of Matt Neal since 2005.
Tim has many years’ experience of competing in the British GT Championship (which he won in 2006), FIA GT Championship and the Le Mans 24 Hours. In addition to his GT3 racing and development commitments with McLaren Automotive, he is also the senior driver for the world-wide Pure McLaren customer track driving programme.
Superchips has been a personal sponsor of Tim Mullen since 2006.
The Porsche Club Championship is for those seeking true track competition; with four classes providing tight racing through the field, the overall title going to the highest scoring driver from any class.
Visiting many of the UK's major circuits, the series offers seven double-header meetings including the Grand Prix circuits at Brands Hatch and Silverstone in 2015. All races (with the exception of Brands Hatch GP) are 25-minutes long, giving drivers ample track time and the opportunity to experience some major race meetings.
Superchips Ltd. are continuing in their role as the official Porsche Club Championship rolling road facility, a great credit to the accuracy of our Maha LPS 3000 Dyno and our technical ability.
Superchips are once again sponsoring the Scottish Mini Cooper Cup. Expect the usual thrills and spills during the races; however, no such incidents are expected with the cars themselves - all the cars are powered by Superchips remaps which allowed the drivers to clock up over 3,000 trouble-free miles of racing during last season.
Superchips continues to supply the control remapped ECUs for the flourishing Gaz Shocks BMW Compact Cup. The series, which is run under the organisational umbrella of the 750MC, is designed to provide close racing with the rear wheel drive E36 BMW Compacts.
"It's a natural extension of Superchips' ongoing research and development activities, through which we constantly introduce new applications for road-going BMWs, across petrol, turbo petrol and turbo diesel derivatives."