Goodridge – providing a service with hose, fittings and ancillary products that have a worldwide reputation for strength and reliability demanded by professionals. Products that deliver superior performance in critical applications where quality is essential. Goodridge has been supplying high performance hose and fittings for over 35 years and was the first company in Europe to offer such a service. These products are now supplied worldwide for every conceivable type of motorsport, fast road car and motorcycle applications, original equipment manufacture, marine and mountain bike uses.
Goodridge is justly proud of the high quality of standards achieved throughout their product range and this is attributed totally to their quality control disciplines. Their modern manufacturing facilities allow the production of one-off or quantity specials to customers’ specifications in a variety of materials.
Their highly-qualified engineers work with original equipment manufacturers designing fluid transfer and hydraulic systems. They are also available to analyze problems, which may arise in the field, and to recommend solutions. Their technical representatives are trained to give all clients a total service supported by many years of experience in motorsports applications. Similarly, their sales staff is highly experienced and able to offer advice over the telephone ,providing a free and efficient consultative technical service for all installations and projects.
Whether the product is stock or to a custom design specification, their insistence on quality standards guarantees their customers a product of the highest possible quality. Whether it is a high performance Goodridge product, or one of their many brand name items they ensure the highest standards are maintained, the standards expected of a progressive organization determined to live up to its reputation for high quality.
Stop by the Goodridge booth at the Charlotte Racers Expo to see their wide array of products that are popular on all types of racecars from the pinnacle of motorsports in Formula 1 and the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series all the way down to the weekly 4-cylinder racer.