It’s now officially the start of Autumn here in the UK and whilst the supporters of F1 Hoverpod® Racing in Australia won’t quite understand the changes in temperatures which happen here in the UK, you can be assured that it’s getting cold but with an air of beauty as the colours of the trees and the migrating birds have left the sky’s quite empty is an early sign of what’s to come.
For those who are of the know and saw the press awards section over October, you will be aware that F1 Hoverpod® Racing won it’s second “Sir Christopher Cockrell” award which was presented at the London College of Art for design and excellence and as always we are immensely proud of our achievements and very grateful to the College of Art for it’s continued support.
Moving ahead with the research of material to be used within the structure of the hull section we have some excellent news that will provide F1 Hoverpod® Manufacture Ltd with a composite weave that is 21st century technology and will provide the Hoverpod® with a structure that has both strength and durability at it’s core and provides the peace of mind to the customer that the product will require the minimum of maintenance over it’s lifetime and always perform to it’s maximum potential for many years to come and with the added comfort of “No Ugly Sticky Patches” to hide the failure or weak spots.
The final and most rewarding news was the thorough enquiry by the internet investigation team into the continued slander and libel comments posted on the internet by a competitor to which has now been proven to be the case. I should not have to say any more than the Reaction was to lie and deny but the truth was provided by an impartial and investigative body to which could not be denied. The result being that the comments have now been removed and any further comments will be traced. I recommend you view here as to the outcome. Whilst I am now provided with a clear and conclusive pathway to sue for damages if we so wish or desired, after acquiring a copy of the accounts of some almost 11 years of trading, appears that a Lawyers Bill of as much as £20,000 to sue a company who are already showing to have nothing and no cash would be to become a bigger fool than they are. As such, I prefer to let the facts speak for themselves and our motto of “Honesty in the face of Adversity” would be the way forward. I dare say that we will celebrate when the Reaction finally comes to the end of it’s days.
Keep watching the blogs for some news regarding some new appointments to the management team which shows the continued expansion is still on target.
Keep the faith.