Alpina To Manufacture Air Modules In The U.S.

Alpina To Manufacture Air Modules In The U.S.

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From a press release:

In response to the American racing industry’s increasing safety requirements, Daniel Lance of Alpina Safety Systems (of Steindorf, Austria) is pleased to announce that Alpina will begin manufacturing its line of safety products in America.

Alpina is committed to raising the level of safety in America to the level available in other areas of the world. Alpina is recognized internationally for the quality of product and service that the company provides to the racing industry. Alpina’s specialty lies in the installation and maintenance of safety devices at race events, minimizing expense and providing a system of risk management with protective devices that are directly focused on the type of race machine and race event on a rental or purchase basis.

Manufacturing in America is expected to make Alpina’s products affordable while at the same time still made to the strictest quality standards and homologation requirements as at the factory in Austria.

Mr. Robert Pertl, who recently attended a Formula USA event at Pocono Raceway in Pennsylvania, consulted with racers, race officials, and media representatives in an effort to fully see the requirements and formulate an initiative to further the level of safety in American racing.

Mr. Pertl will return to America for the Daytona F-USA and Road Atlanta WERA GNF events in October. He will bring samples of Alpina’s Super Defender, Defender, and F-1 modules and be available to discuss Alpina’s safety initiative in America. He also plans to visit selected racetracks while in the U.S..

Safety Dan says rely on Alpina Safety Systems, We‘ve got your back!

Alpina Safety Systems/American Division
228 Steele Hill Rd.
Sanbornton, NH 03269
(603) 571-5935

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