Dunsfold Park, advised by Curchod & Co, has let Unit 209 at the Simpson Buildings, Dunsfold Park, Cranleigh in Surrey, to W Series, the women’s motorsport series.
The 9,347 sq ft industrial property, which includes 1,289 sq ft of first floor offices, has been taken on a new lease and will be used as the focal point for the race series’ logistics and engineering operations.
Dave Ryan, racing director at W Series said: “We have a serious ambition to be a catalyst of change within motorsport. Our mission at W Series is to give female drivers an opportunity to participate in top-quality races with top-quality cars and the new facility at Dunsfold Park provides us with a first class property that reflects our ambitions.”
Richard Newsam of Curchod & Co added: “Named after Duncan Simpson OBE, the renowned fighter pilot and Hawker’s chief test pilot, the Simpson Buildings at Dunsfold Park have a proud heritage of cutting edge technology and design, and it is fitting that W Series, with its leading-edge engineering team, has chosen to locate its operations here.”
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