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School of Automotive Engineering acquires help of leading motorsport official.

Swansea Institute's School of Automotive Engineering has acquired the help and knowledge of one of Wales' top motorsport officials, David W Williams.

Mr Williams, from Llanelli, is secretary of the Port Talbot Motor Club, one of the most senior motor clubs in Britain and is chairman of the Welsh Association of Motor Clubs.

As Wales' representative on the British Motorsport Council, he is responsible for controlling the regulations that govern GB Motorsport, and is a Motor Sport Association (MSA) steward, appointed to preside over any conflict arising within the sport.

David joined Swansea Institute in March and is currently involved with the teaching of IT to foundation students within the School of Automotive Engineering.

His work with the Institute began after a Motorsport Management student contacted him to discuss potential activities with the Port Talbot Motor Club.

For more information on Automotive Engineering at Swansea Institute, please contact Roger Dowden on 01792 481168 or via email at
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Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:May 20, 2004
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