Back in 1971, Vereeken NV was established by Kamiel Vereeken. Over the years, he became the official distributor for Avon Racing tyres in Belgium and Luxemburg. In 2003, Stefan Calbrecht took over the company, keeping the original name, to safeguard Vereeken’s well known reputation within the racing world.
After working in the branch for over 10 years, he decided that it was time to head a new direction. Today, Vereeken wants to offer a complete service within motorsport. Not only offering trackside support to our customers, but also supplying products that cover all aspects of racing. From building and providing maintenance on race cars, to supplying Speedline rims, Avon tyres and Alpinestars racing gear.
All brands, distributed by Vereeken meet the highest standards, Speedline is one of the worldleading manufacturers of Aluminium and Magnesium racing wheels for all kinds of championship cars: rally, hillclimb, circuit racing etc…Alpinestars racing gear is the new upcoming brand for professional racing products such as suits, footwear, gloves, fireproof underwear and leisure wear. Today, two Formula 1 teams, Bar Honda and Renault are racing in Alpinestars gear.
Vereeken earned its reputation in Rallycross and Hillclimb. Today we are working both on remaining a key player in the divisions in which we are already active, as well as broadening our horizons. Together with Avon Racing, we are developing and testing tyres for unexplored divisions within motorsport. Our latest work is being put into GT and Touring Car Championships, such as the renowned Belcar in Belgium.
So check out this website and find what you are looking for. If you may have any questions or you want more information concerning a certain product, do not hesitate and contact us.
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