This is a motorsport-related news story. You may not like it and may not be interested in it, but it's still news. You can usually tell by the headline and photo if it's something that will interest you or not, so next time just avoid clicking the link!Dudes you need a new news story.
Unfortunately the 90s ended 30 years ago, there are no new episodes.Dudes you need a new news story.
Not a pleasant experience, visiting your site and being greeted by that beardy chap.
Can't you find a story related to a nice 90s F1 car or something?
There are 3 volts as far as im aware of, its good, gives them 3 logos to choose from lolAmazon, if you live in the right country. Norway is not...
On a sidenote, Storey apparently transferred the Rich Energy name rights or something over to another company before this happened, so - and take this with a pinch of salt - according to Storey talking about himself in 3rd person, he still have the Rich Energy name rights, however the company that was named Rich Energy - that had...has... a deal with HAAS is now called Lightning Volt (No e there @Paul Jeffrey )
It all seemed to unravel with the news that the lawyers Storey have used, didn't want to represent him anymore, and that Storey is(was?) supposed to go to court on Thursday, as he sold 20% of the shares in Rich Energy to a fine-wine investment(!) company called Vin-X in 2017, however, Vin-X never got those shares. And those 20% was enough to remove Storey from having a majority of the shares.
Now, the new CEO of Lightning Volt is also the sole active director of these companies: Treereg ltd, Lead Kite ltd, Empire Tree ltd, SUVL ltd, Silver Pot ltd, Silver Roof ltd, Blue Key Solutions ltd, which all are generic renames of other companies. E.g:
Treereg was Clark Motorsport Limited
Lead Kite limited was JH Business Advisers Limited
Empire Tree Limited was Inspired Technical Services LTD
SUVL Limited was N & P Electrical Installations Limited
Also, the change of address for Rich... Lightning Volt initially changed to the address(then changed it again, to remove the link) of a somewhat dodgy thing called The BDG Group. BDG offers to buy companies that are heading for insolvency , as they say themselves
It seems like all the 8 companies that the new boss Matthew Bruce Kell is a part of, have all been renamed to something generic/weird, and are likely in the same economic situation as Rich... Lightning En... Volt. All companies bought in 2018 (one) and 2019 (seven).
But to end this post - let's take the most interesting bit from the BDG Group.
Yes. Unlicensed. I am sure that if I ever need some help, it's the unlicensed people I want to go to, just like unlicensed doctors and lawyers and so on.
For some reason I don't feel like the saga is over yet. And as @rubaru have said... This kinda exists already.
This is a motorsport-related news story. You may not like it and may not be interested in it, but it's still news. You can usually tell by the headline and photo if it's something that will interest you or not, so next time just avoid clicking the link!