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13. April 2005

IXEurope sponsored World Electric Land Speed Record Team readies for US attempt on 5th May 2005

IXEurope, Europe's specialist datacenter and hosting services company, has today announced that it is to sponsor Primetime Land Speed Engineering in its attempt to break the World Electric Land Speed Record next month.

IXEuropesponsored Primetime Land Speed Engineering current holders of the Outright British Land Speed Record will attempt to make history on 5th May by reaching a speed of over 300mph in an electric car. The team, made up of driver Mark Newby and engineer Colin Fallows, will travel to Nevada in the attempt to take the car, 'ABB e=motion', past the current 245mph record.

Guy Willner, the CEO of IXEurope commented, "We are delighted to see this renewed attempt after the first try in June 2003 in Tunisia. The team has been working hard in preparation to ensure nothing can stop them this time. This is a fantastic effort by a worldclass team dedicated to pushing the boundaries of battery powered technology. Our support of the event demonstrates IXEurope's commitment to the use of ecologically sound technologies as shown by our own environmentally friendly fire suppression and air conditioning systems within our worldclass IXDatacenters. IXEurope wishes the team the very best of luck in their attempt."

Visit their website: Primetime Landspeed Engineering

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