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  • "RACELOGIC brings together diverse and talented engineers to solve technically challenging and complex real-world problems."

    Lee - Software Development Manager

  • "RACELOGIC works with really exciting technologies and industries, alongside companies at the forefront of engineering."

    Martin - Firmware Development Manager

  • "RACELOGIC draws on the broad experience of its staff and gives them the freedom to design and develop solutions with real value to customers."

    Sam - Applications Engineer

  • "RACELOGIC is never afraid to try new things. For a company specialising in position and movement, standing still is not an option."

    Joerdis - Expo Co-ordinator

    At a glance

    100+ Employees Globally

    RACELOGIC employs over 100 staff at its head office in the UK and satellite offices in Germany, France and the USA.

    100% In-house

    All facets of design, manufacture and support are completed in-house – ensuring we remain agile in response to the needs of our customers.

    100+ Countries Worldwide

    We sell and support our products on a global scale, exporting to over 100 countries directly or via a network of distributors.

    30 Years of Experience

    From electronic control systems for motorsport vehicles in 1992, to indoor positioning systems for Hollywood movies in 2021 – it’s been a busy 30 years!

    £2m for R&D

    RACELOGIC spends over £2m per year on the research and development of new products, completed by our ever expanding team of world-class engineers.

    ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Accredited

    All VBOX (where applicable) and LabSat units are shipped with a UKAS calibration certificate for maximum confidence in the reliability and accuracy of your measurements.

    Company Milestones


    Julian Thomas founded RACELOGIC from a small office in Buckingham, UK, with the goal of supplying electronic control systems to the motorsport world.

    In 1993, RACELOGIC Traction Control became the first product to roll off the production line with customers including Aston Martin and Rolls-Royce using it as one of their first ever driver aids.


    The product portfolio expanded to include Switchlogic, an F1 style paddle shifter that could be installed on automatic cars to offer the option of manual gear changing. In addition to growing its product range, RACELOGIC was also growing in size with five full time members of staff now employed.


    The US Government switched off the deliberate scrambling of the GPS signal in 2000, increasing its accuracy from 100 m to 3 m overnight.

    With many automotive manufacturers still using fifth wheels and expensive optical systems, RACELOGIC uses the effectiveness and flexibility offered by GPS technology to launch the first VBOX.


    A new RACELOGIC office is opened in Weilburg, Germany, headed by International Sales Manager Leander Speth.

    Applying their experience in high-end GPS technology to the racing and consumer markets, the DriftBox and PerformanceBox are released.

    Legal Information

    Racelogic is a limited company registered in England.

    • Company Registration number: 2743719
    • VAT Registration number: GB581 4354 37
    • Registered Office: Unit 10, Swan Business Centre, Osier Way, Buckingham, Bucks, MK18 1TB, UK
    • RoHS Declaration