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2B Interface Expands Into Motor Sports Industry

2B Interface Expands Into Motor Sports Industry
2B Interface, the broad-ranging staffing and recruitment agency providing manual, skilled, office and management personnel from Britain and many other countries, has launched a new bespoke service for the motor sports industry.2B Interface has the experience in supplying versatile, adaptable, technically literate, temporary staff with skills relevant to the specification, design, simulation and test of the motor sports industry. These roles include GRP laminators, welders and metal-worker fabricators. Beatrice Bartlay, managing director, 2B Interface, stated: The UK is at the forefront of the global motor sports industry, and is amongst the earliest adopters of emerging technologies. The industry is continuing to experience rapid technological change driven by the use of modern computer based design and manufacturing technologies.  As a result there is a growing shortage of workers who have the skills of whole vehicle assembly.We are committed to the industry and in fact are supporting one of the countrys up and coming stars in his quest for glory in Formula Autosports Young Guns.  Patryk Szczerbinski is one of the rising stars in the new single-seater racing series here in the UK, a bridge between karting and club championships, like Formula Renault 2.0.According to the Governments own figures, the size of the UK sports sector in general comprises over 67,000 businesses, employing over 600,000 people and responsible for an annual turnover of some 44.5 billion. The motor sports industry is one of the top ten most watched in the UK with high profile UK names such as Lewis Hamilton and Jensen Button.The size of the overall motor sports industry is hard to calculate but in March 2007, F1 Racing magazine published its annual estimates of spending by Formula One teams. The total spending of all eleven teams in 2006 was estimated at $2.9 billion US. This was broken down as follows: Toyota $418.5 million, Ferrari $406.5 m, McLaren $402m, Honda $380.5m, BMW Sauber $355m, Renault $324m, Red Bull $252m, Williams $195.5m, Midland F1/Spyker-MF1 $120m, Toro Rosso $75m, and Super Aguri $57 million.

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