Print My Ride Winners Announced
Print My Ride Competition Winners are Announced
The Print my Ride competition was launched by OKI at the Print Show last year.
The contest challenged competitors to design their own race car livery and apply it to a virtual 3D car model with the winners recieving an all-expenses paid VIP Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship experience, as well as a 1:18 scale model car featuring their design.
The competition attracted a variety of entrants from across the industry. The overall winner, Alex Ware, also went home with a 50 percent discount voucher to spend with OKI.
Paul Seward was named the best overall visual design based on use of colour and style, while James Jardine won the award for the best use of the OKI ColorPainter capability based on technical application.
Other winners included, Lee Kistell for best professional creative design, Aidan Morrison went home with the award for the best design from an educational establishment, while Sean Hackett was the wild card winner for the most Facebook social media likes and shares.
In a statement, OKI said: “OKI would like to thank all those that participated in this competition and also Motorbase Performance who were instrumental in the launch of the campaign last season.
“It was a fitting end to the season last year at Brands Hatch, with Matt Jackson winning the last race in his custom wrapped OKI Print My Ride vehicle.
“The win helped Motorbase Performance clinch the Independent Team Trophy, with Matt also securing second place in the overall Independent Drivers’ standings.”