While our relocation specialists work hard to make sure your Cheshire relocation runs quickly and smoothly, one automotive brand in the region is getting from A to B even faster.
Briggs Automotive Company (BAC), based in Holmes Chapel, Cheshire, unveiled the Mono last year – the world’s first single-seater, road-legal production car.
The distinctive vehicle is eye-catching enough on the track, let alone on public roads, and staked its place in racing history at the recent Cholmondeley Pageant of Power.
Scoring the fastest time in the Supercar class, the Mono ranked second-fastest of all the vehicles at the event, behind only a supercharged, non-roadgoing Caterham SP/300.R, a prototype model from a brand you may have seen competing on the Formula 1 Grand Prix tour.
“Our car was shod with street-legal Kumho V70A tyres and driven to and from the meeting under its own power, making the result even more impressive,” says BAC director Neill Briggs.
The achievement is not only impressive in its own right; it also shows why a Cheshire relocation is an excellent idea for engineering and automotive brands, with a considerable local talent pool from which to draw expert employees.