Renvale was formed in 2009, but its roots effectively date back to the early eighties and beyond, when Tony James first introduced Raychem’s irradiated aerospace System 25 concept into Formula One. A year later, he added circular military connectors and the basis of what remains as today’s technology was complete. The Tony James brand has continued to be at the forefront of almost every new method and product used in the motorsport industry today, including the use of solid-state technology for the first intelligent power control module to be used in motorsport. Steve joined the company in 1999 as Motorsport Director and was appointed Managing Director in 2003. In his current role, Steve focuses his attention on the commercial and financial side of the business. He also manages the UK distribution of Texense Sensors. Steve comes from a Race Engineering background having joined Arrows F1 in 1994 as a Data Analysis Engineer. Following two years in F1, he switched to Race Engineering and worked in British F3, Super Touring, European F3000 and finally moved to the USA for two years to work in Indy Lights. Steve’s wide range of engineering experience gives Renvale first-hand knowledge of customer requirements.
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