Motorsport wiring company supplies the front row of Daytona 500 cars during qualifiers towards the end of 2012

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Front row is locked out with cars fitted with St Cross Electronics wiring looms

Cars fitted with St Cross Electronics wiring looms have locked out the front row for the Daytona 500 season opener. Congratulations to Roush Fenway Racing and to Carl Edwards for his pole position and his team mate Greg Biffle. St Cross Electronics have for 3 years been working towards the new EFI introduction for 2012 and what better way to start than with a full front row lockout.

CEO, Dax Ward said “We started to deliver in December and credit goes to our staff of nearly 40 people who have got out nearly 70 complete car sets in less than 6 weeks and also to our partners in Concord, NC. Meticulous planning has gone into this production line with a huge investment in motorsport wiring tooling and dedicated test equipment. It brings a huge smile to my face knowing we have the front row. I am really looking forward to the race this weekend and the rest of the season.”

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