GBS ZERO KITS COLLECTED & STUDENTS SEE HOW EXCITING ENGINEERING CAN BE….

It has been a very busy month with GBS Zero Kit collections, a few weeks ago we had Steve Blundell from Southampton come and collect his Zero Mazda kit and then to end a busy week last week we had Colin Roberts from Birmingham come and collect his Zero Mazda kit. We try to photograph as many kit collections as we can, but we sometimes miss a few so make sure that when you collect yours you remind us about taking a photo of you to feature on here and record the start of your Zero build!

Last Wednesday we also welcomed 9 year 10 students who are currently studying BTEC Engineering from Branston Community Academy in Lincolnshire, they enjoyed their visit which involved seeing behind the scenes of what we do which showed how exciting engineering can actually be.

We have now supplied a large number of educational facilities from Schools, Colleges to Universities all over the world. It’s a great opportunity for the students to gain practical experience and develop their knowledge and understanding of engineering in a practical application. As well as being an exciting and captivating project for everyone involved, it maintains interest and enthusiasm all the way through with a real sense of achievement as each stage is completed with the end result not only being an enjoyable sports car but a worthwhile asset.

We welcome any enquiry you may have about the Zero kit build and as a company we are willing to help and assist you through your build as the next generation of car builders are the future to the British motor industry. Please take a look at our Great British Sports Cars Educational Brochure for more details of what we can offer.

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Steve Blundell from Southampton came and collected his Zero Mazda kit. Colin Roberts from Birmingham came to collect his Zero Mazda kit Nine year 10 students who are currently studying BTEC Engineering from Branston Community Academy in Lincolnshire enjoyed a tour of the GBS facilities. Nine year 10 students who are currently studying BTEC Engineering from Branston Community Academy in Lincolnshire enjoyed a tour of the GBS facilities. Nine year 10 students who are currently studying BTEC Engineering from Branston Community Academy in Lincolnshire enjoyed a tour of the GBS facilities. The GBS Weekend... Summer Open Day at GBS on Saturday 10th June & Track Day at Rockingham on Sunday 11th June... Hope you can all join us!

April 25, 2017

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