Honored to be featured in the NC State Alumni Magazine…
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Mooresville Christmas Parade
There was a chill in the air at the 70th annual Mooresville Christmas parade, with patrons bundled up as the participants walked, rolled, danced and drove down Main Street. Kicking off at 3:30 p.m., hundreds of residents from Mooresville and Iredell County lined the streets to watch grand marshal Hans deBot lead the parade, followed by floats, marching bands, dance troupes and popular characters like Elsa from “Frozen,” Winnie the Pooh, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and of course, Santa himself.
Hans is asked many times…What are the benefits of Carbon Fiber? His answers are simple, carbon fiber provides solutions to most any application. Whether it is reducing weight and adding strength for a racing application, protection for our soldiers on land or by sea, or just making an exotic automobile a bit more exotic. Put simply when carbon fiber is built right like at deBotech it is plain BAD ASS!!!!!!! Check it out below.
New Z06 is the most aerodynamic Corvette ever…by Detroit Steel
It seems we’re learning something every week that makes us love the 2015 Z06 even more as the car revs up for its road debut early next year.
It’s the most capable, most track-worthy, highest-performing Corvette – you’ve probably heard it all by now.
However, the latest bit of news centers on the new Z06 being one of the most aerodynamically engineered vehicles on the market. Add that Z07 package to the mix, and the car holds the distinction of having the most aerodynamic downforce ever measured on a production car.
“As a business owner, it’s the most rewarding experience,” deBot, the owner of deBotech Inc. in Mooresville, N.C., said in an interview. “Seeing these athletes achieve their dreams and knowing we had a part in it, you can’t beat that.” by: J.D. Harrison, Washington Post
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@FOX46 Carolinas unveils deBotech’s key role in the 2014 @The Olympic Games. Tune in to learn more http://www.myfoxcarolinas.com/story/24668218/olympic-bobsleds-coming-from-mooresville?clienttype=generic&mobilecgbypass.
Olympic bobsledders credit Mooresville businessman’s work..by By Caroline McMillan Portillo of the Charlotte Observer
Hans deBot, president and CEO of deBotech Inc., which was hired by BMW to develop the composite bodies for Team USA’s new bobsleds and skeletons. For the first time in decades, the men’s team is favored to win the gold, and they’re attributing a lot of the new speed and agility to the new sleds.