NEWS

EIBACH SPRING INTO SWEDEN

M-Sport Ford World Rally Team partner Eibach will have increased visibility on the EcoBoost-powered Ford Fiesta WRCs at this weekend’s Rally Sweden – the second and only winter rally in the FIA World Rally Championship.


The company’s eye-catching red and white logo will be displayed on the rear spoiler as Esapekka Lappi and Teemu Suninen traverse the iconic Swedish landscape in search of another strong result.


Known for producing the highest-quality performance springs, Eibach’s products are designed to excel in some of the most extreme climates and environments motorsport has to offer – making Rally Sweden the perfect platform on which to highlight their support.


Committed to performing at the very highest level, Eibach’s partnership enables M-Sport Ford to deliver top-class performances on snow, gravel and asphalt – making them a perfect partner when it comes to tackling the varied terrain of the FIA World Rally Championship.


Team Principal, Richard Millener, said:


“We enjoy a really strong and successful partnership with Eibach, and it’s great to see their increased support this weekend. Their logo is recognised throughout the industry for producing the finest, high-quality performance springs – and that’s exactly why we continue to work with them.


“Their products are designed to excel in some of the most extreme environments motorsport has to offer, and you don’t get more extreme than Rally Sweden – freezing temperatures, high speeds and extremely close-fought competition making it one of the most popular and iconic events on the calendar.


“Their logo is really going to stand out against the Swedish landscape, and we’re keen to work with other partners on similar concepts throughout the year – working together to ensure every brand in the M-Sport family gets the most out of this season.”


Eibach Motorsport Manager, Stephan Stöcker, said:


“Eibach is proud to expand our long partnership with M-Sport Ford. We are happy to be presented on the Ford Fiesta WRC on different rallies this year.”