Camelspace were called upon to build over 2,000 of their Layher temporary seats at Western Springs speedway track in Auckland recently for the 2012 FIM Buckley Systems New Zealand Speedway Grand Prix, the round #1 of a series of international racing events held in several countries around the world. The extra leg and shoulder room provided by the Layher system over competitor’s products was much appreciated by event organisers and spectators alike.
Camelspace commented that they like the fact that the system uses so many standard Allround components increasing utilisation of their stock. And that the rise (angle) of the stand can be changed by substitution of only a few components to suit different sporting codes and site requirements.
Thank you to Phil McConchie from Camelspace for the use of these photos.
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