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Background Information

Employment History

Development Engineer On the Subaru WRC Program

Prodrive Limited


In-House Product Development Engineer

RAMPAGE


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www.scoobysport.com

Graham Neale is ex Senior Powertrain Engineer for Subaru World Rally Team, and is considered one of the finest drivetrain engineers in the business.He has brought incredible depth of understanding and drive to the R&D process, and is our main engineer on anything to do with drivetrain.


www.scoobysport.co.uk

Graham Neale is ex Senior Powertrain Engineer for Subaru World Rally Team, and is considered one of the finest drivetrain engineers in the business.He has brought incredible depth of understanding and drive to the R&D process, and is our main engineer on anything to do with drivetrain.


www.rampage-hks.co.uk [cached]

Graham Neale - Professional Profile
Graham Neale University graduate Graham began his career working on the Touring Car development program for BMW. From there he joined Prodrive as a development engineer on the Subaru WRC program. He worked with, and mapped engines for drivers such as; Juha Kankkunen, Richard Burns, Colin McRae, Petter Solberg and Markko Martin, winning 2 World Championships and 3 Manufacturers Championships. He then moved to MSD in Milton Keynes to take over development for the Hyundai WRC car with drivers Juha Kankkunen, Freddy Loix and Armin Schwarz. When Hyundai withdrew from rallying at the end of 2003, Graham joined Rampage. There he worked to develop Mitsubishi's legendary FQ400. He also played an instrumental role in numerous World Championship rallies providing engineering support for both Hyundai and Subaru privateers. More recently, he has concentrated on the remapping of ECU's for major car manufacturers such as Subaru and Mtsubishi and numerous famous names in the Motorsport world. His latest triumpth is the remap for Mitsubishi's EVO 9 FQ340 performance upgrades. During 2006, Graham has been contracted to Prodrive to provide worldwide on-event engineering support for their FIA GT championship 'Le-Mans' Ferrari 550 cars.


www.wrcdevelopments.com

WRC Developments Ltd was incorporated in NZ in January 2007 following the migration of company partners Graham Neale and Warren Heath from the UK.
Graham Neale Graham Neale: Graham's career began on BMW's Touring Car development program. He then joined Prodrive as a development engineer on the Subaru WRC program. He worked with, and mapped engines for Juha Kankkunen, Richard Burns, Colin McRae, Petter Solberg and Markko Martin, winning 2 World Championships and 3 Manufacturers Championships. He then moved to MSD to take over development of the Hyundai WRC car with drivers Juha Kankkunen, Freddy Loix and Armin Schwarz. Following Hyundai's withdrawl from rallying in 2003, Graham joined Rampage and concentrated on re-mapping for major manufacturers such as Subaru and Mitsubishi. He developed and mapped Mitsubishi's FQ320, FQ340, FQ360 and the legendary FQ400. He also provided further engineering support for Hyundai and Subaru privateers at many World Championship rallies. In 2005 and 2006, Graham was contracted to Prodrive to provide worldwide on-event engineering support for their FIA GT championship 'Le-Mans' Ferrari 550 and the Aston Martin DBR9 racecar. When he is not working, Graham finds time to compete in club saloon car racing in his modified Subaru Impreza.


www.rampage-hks.co.uk

Graham Neale - Professional ProfileGraham NealeUniversity graduate Graham began his career working on the Touring Car development program for BMW. From there he joined Prodrive as a development engineer on the Subaru WRC program.He worked with, and mapped engines for drivers such as; Juha Kankkunen, Richard Burns, Colin McRae, Petter Solberg and Markko Martin, winning 2 World Championships and 3 Manufacturers Championships.He then moved to MSD in Milton Keynes to take over development for the Hyundai WRC car with drivers Juha Kankkunen, Freddy Loix and Armin Schwarz.When Hyundai withdrew from rallying at the end of 2003, Graham joined Rampage.There he worked to develop Mitsubishi's legendary FQ400.He also played an instrumental role in numerous World Championship rallies providing engineering support for both Hyundai and Subaru privateers.More recently, he has concentrated on the remapping of ECU's for major car manufacturers such as Subaru and Mtsubishi and numerous famous names in the Motorsport world.His latest triumpth is the remap for Mitsubishi's EVO 9 FQ340 performance upgrades.During 2006, Graham has been contracted to Prodrive to provide worldwide on-event engineering support for their FIA GT championship 'Le-Mans' Ferrari 550 cars.


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