The SRO Motorsports Group is pleased to announce the extension of the partnership with TM Performance. The Italian parts producer becomes the title sponsor of the TM Performance 3 Hours of Monza, the opening round of the 2017 Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup.
TM (Tecnologie Meccaniche) Performance is a company in continuous expansion, operating in the automotive racing mechanical sector. The Italian parts producer can rely on a machining shop able to produce prototypes, in both small and large series. TM Performance can supply motorsport parts according to executive drawing or by sample reverse engineering and could supply the Blancpain GT Series’ teams with brake discs, brake bells, racing clutches, flywheels, wheel hubs and other crucial parts.
TM Performance is already a partner of Lamborghini Squadra Corse, Audi Sport Italia, Dallara Automobili, J.A.S. Motorsport, Ferrari, KTM, Toro Rosso, Reiter Engineering, Onroak Automotive,Venturi and many other high-level motorsport companies.
Nicky Tonnoni (Customer Care & Business Development TM Performance): « TM Performance is improving its partnership with the SRO Motorsports Group, and we are very proud to have our name alongside the Monza event, the Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup race in Italy. »
« Our partnership gives the teams the opportunity to evaluate TM as an alternative-parallel supplier for motorsports components. Furthermore, at a time where reducing costs is at the top of the agenda for most, TM offers a significant reduction of costs on many racing components of our production line, such as brake discs, clutches, axle-shafts, just to name a few. We are also in contact with the manufacturers for an approval to allow TM brake discs as a second supplier for GT3 models running in the Blancpain GT Series. »
List of TM Performance parts available for GT3 teams:
– Brake discs (homologation required)
– Brake bells
– Wheel nuts
– Wheel sockets
– Axle-shafts (homologation required)
– Complete clutch (homologation required)
– Flywheels (homologation required)
– Hubs (homologation required)
– Up-Rights (homologation required)
– Gearbox surface treatments
– Engine rebuild