Passion and performance reflected in new website for the UK’s fastest growing motorsport team

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Sector
Motorsport

Service
Website Design & Development

Case Study

United Autosports

As part of our continued partnership with United Autosports - the UK’s fastest growing motorsport team - the Applied team successfully launched a brand new website in time for the opening race of the season.

Applied Digital partner with United Autosports

Website

Following the rapid expansion of the business to the running of four teams in both LMP3 and LMP2 classes in British and European Championships, in addition to the restoration and maintenance of historic cars, it was clear that the existing website needed a facelift to reflect this prodigious growth.

The site needed to reinforce the brand values of United Autosports, demonstrate the excellence achieved in all aspects of build, operation and presentation, and convey the excitement and passion the team has for competing in this motorsport arena.

launch www.unitedautosports.com

Result

Applied worked closely with the extremely helpful and cooperative United Autosports team to ensure the (very) short lead time was achieved. This allowed the site to be launched for the opening round of the European Le Mans Series at Silverstone on 14-15 April.

We were delighted to be able to deliver the website to United Autosports and thrilled at the subsequent feedback from the client direct and via social media.

Fantastic feedback received from United Autosports' supporters.

Testimonial

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Please pass on my thanks to all your team for a really great job. We love what you have produced with the web site, it's hard to see where we would improve it!

Richard Dean, Managing Director

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