Triumph for Clive

Search for the UK's best mechanic finds its man

Published:  26 June, 2007

Clive Atthowe has been announced as the winner of the top technician 2007 competition.

Clive took first prize in the nationwide hunt for the UK's best mechanic during a prize giving ceremony at the GEA/Aftermarket Technical Workshop in Warwickshire.

David Wagstaff, from DC Mardles Motor Engineer in Exeter, and Elliot Waters, from Dick Lovett Ferrari/Maserati in Swindon, were joint runners-up.

Clive, of Clive Atthowe tuning in Norwich, Dave, and Elliot were selected after completing a series of practical and written tests and scoring highly in exams marked by a panel of independant judges. The trio received their prizes from IMI judge Ian Gillgrass.

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