Origins of EXE-TC
EXE-TC was founded in 1994, from a small garage in Exton, East Devon, originally as an importer and service centre for motorcycle suspension. Later the company would move into purpose built premises in Sowton Industrial Estate, Exeter in 2002. The first major success came with developing rally suspension for the 2001 Championship winning team Prodrive, with the iconic Subaru. EXE-TC then developed suspension for the Citroen Sport team, for the car driven successfully by Sebastian Loeb to claim the World Rally Championship every year from 2003 to 2010.
Since then, the Company has gone from strength to strength, developing competitive and performance enhancing suspension systems for Porsche, Mitsubishi, Subaru and Ford, as well as bespoke projects for many other vehicles.
Graham personally developed an enviable reputation amongst motorsport engineers for his intuitive and unconventional approach to car set up, and getting the best out of any car and driver. The company carries his passion for developing the best performing suspension, with the highest quality components.