McLaren Applied distributor expands to USA
McLaren Applied and Aviorace have announced the expansion of their existing European distribution agreement to now include North America.
McLaren Applied and Modena-based distributor, Aviorace, have partnered across mainland Europe since 2022.
Founded in 2004 with the aim of becoming the leading distributor of electronic motorsport and aerospace components, Aviorace is a renowned specialist in the field of electrical and electronic systems in motorsport.
The news follows the recent launch of the McLaren Applied Sport Range which, alongside the full McLaren Applied catalogue, is available to customers around the world through both Aviorace and McLaren Applied’s extended network of top-tier distributors.
Offering the same performance and reliability, and built to the same specification and quality as McLaren Applied’s premium sensor range, the Sport Range offers race-proven solutions to motorsport series seeking a complete portfolio of off the shelf components.
Speaking on the announcement of the news, McLaren Applied Motorsport Director, Richard Saxby, said: “The expansion of our distribution agreement with Aviorace is a clear endorsement of the quality service they have delivered since becoming our European partners in 2022.
“Now able to offer their full turnkey service to our customers in North America as well as Europe, Aviorace ensures clients receive all the benefits of a local partner as well as the experience and expertise required to support with everything from parts selection and delivery to after-sales service.”
Aviorace Commercial Manager, Lidio Patrizio added “We are delighted to offer Aviorace USA’s North American customers the extreme quality and technology products of McLaren Applied. Following the example of the same partnership in Europe between the mother company Aviorace and McLaren Applied, Aviorace USA’s goal is to support the McLaren Applied in developing business in a dynamic and large market with fantastic growth opportunities such as North America.”