Spark Plugs Archive
Toyota Gazoo Racing (TGR) and its technical partner, Denso, opened their WEC title defence with a one-two victory after a dramatic opening race at Silverstone. A crowd of 49,600 turned out to watch the four-hour race, with changing weather conditions adding to the entertainment. #7 TS050 Hybrid took first place, driven by Mike Conway, Kamui Kobayashi and
NGK-sponsored Speedway star Matej Zagar has continued his fine form by taking second place at the Danish Grand Prix in Vojens.
NGK-sponsored Speedway star Matej Zagar has booked his place in the 2020 World championship.
NGK-sponsored Russian racer Emil Sayfutdinov is celebrating winning his first FIM Speedway Grand Prix for six years.
Motorcycling ace Chrissy Rouse – who is sponsored by NGK – has claimed third and fourth place in round five of the Pirelli National Superstock 1000 Championship.
NGK’s famous logo will be reaching new heights when a motorcyclist tackles the highest driveable road in the world to raise cash for charity.
NGK-sponsored Maria Costello MBE is all set for the 2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed where she will take on the iconic hill climb on two machines.
Denso is celebrating 10 years of its patented Twin Tip (TT) Spark Plug technology. Unique to the independent aftermarket, Denso’s TT Spark Plugs are available in nickel and iridium, offering 87 per cent car parc coverage throughout Europe.
M-Sport Ford World Rally Team driver Teemu Suninen secured his best-ever result at the Rally Italia Sardegna – taking his NGK-equipped EcoBoost-powered Ford Fiesta WRC to second place.