Denso’s annual League of True Mechanic (LOTM) competition puts technicians through their paces with IMI accredited, online technical training and assessment. Prizes up for grabs included a DENSO WEC sports prototype model, laptop bag, Toyota Gazoo Racing polo shirt, a team racing jacket, Sonos One speaker, wireless Bose headphones and a Sonos Playbase. The seven high achieving technicians receiving these rewards were Jason Sprake, Brian Hurst, Darren Douglas, Sam Buettner, Andrew Tweedle, Roan Troy, and James Cauvain.
In third place and winning a £500 Red Letter Day was Mark Lamont of Grasmere Garage, pictured, second with a £1,000 holiday voucher was Philip Scott of Robsons Motor Services and taking the top spot and winning the £2,000 luxury holiday first prize, as well as taking the accolade of 2022 LOTM champion, was Edd Hunt of The Car Consultants.
“Our congratulations go out, not just to Edd, Philip and Mark, but to all the prize winners and everyone that entered the LOTM competition in 2022,” said DENSO Europe, Pan European Strategic Marketing Manager, Fatiha Laauich. “We launched the 2023 competition in April, so we urge both previous entrants and technicians who’ve so far yet to enter, to register this year and aim to knock Edd off the top spot and take the prestigious title.”
Registering for the e-Learning platform is free via the following link www.denso-technic.com/uk/ and you can also sign up to the LOTM competition.