31st July 2016: This is definitely been the best day EVER for everyone at Alsa, as Racing Driver Rob Austin raced to a healthy THIRD in the BTCC at Snetterton. We are so pleased for everyone at Handy Motorsport and we cannot be more proud to be support for this fantastic team.
GOOD NEWS: Alsa Industrial are delighted to announce that we have taken over a powder coating company, and from September 1st 2015, will be offering the following services: Soda Blasting, Media Blasting and Powder Coating. This will be with a new dedicated staff member. This service will be located in an extra unit just opposite Alsa, in Unit 24.
Based in South Wales on the edge of the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park, Alsa Automotive specialises in body restoration and paintwork. Anything from modern supercars to Classic Ferrari's. Owned and run by Al & Sarah Wilsher who have been involved in engineering and the automotive industry since the 1980's.
Alsa Industrial is our department that can spray all types of surfaces such as upvc, wood, and anything else in between. With a fast turnaround of windows, doors, garden furniture, mobility scooters, staircases, (anything that stays still!) please contact us for a top class service.
Please look at the Latest Projects page for an idea of what the Industrial Alsa can do for you.
Alsa's first love is Motorsport - and we're proud to support three brilliant teams in any way we can.
We are delighted to support Rob Hudson's Eureka Motorsport team competing in the 2017 Britcar Endurance Series.
We're currently supporting Brian Anderson, an injured ex-Parachute Regiment Paratrooper, who currently races at club level all over the country. At Castle Combe Race Circuit, after having problems with his heated windscreen, he managed to claw back from starting last on the grid to finishing a very good 11th. We're extremely honoured to be sponsoring his team.
Alsa are proud to say "Well Done!" to Handy Motorsport and their BTCC driver Rob Austin for a fantastic first season together. With more highs than lows the season came to a close on Sunday with a best ever qualifying on the front row of the grid, P2, and Rob held that place for Race 1. Mechanical problems in Race 2 led to Rob starting at the back for Race 3, where he progressed from 29th place to 14th. This has led to an overall position of 7th for the Independent Team. Everyone at Alsa is extremely proud to be part of the support for this up-and-coming team and look forward to 2017! Picture courtesy of Brian King.