Because when winning comes down to 1/100th of a second,
It’s the numbers that count.
And when it truly counts, we are second to none.
The drive to win makes us human. Insight makes us winners.
And it’s in connecting the two that we are number one.
We deliver the data that makes the difference and revel in the detail.
We see the bigger picture in the smallest variable.
Because a number can speak a thousand words when you know how to read it.
Knowledge is power, so we say “Power to the pit wall”.
We supply the numbers, you crunch them.
And when the best coverage has paid off in the triumph of a race well won,
human and machine are not only connected. We become one.
It’s there, in that moment, you’ll find the power in numbers.
In 2020 we supported teams to overall or class wins at the major 24 hour events; Daytona, Le Mans, Nurburgring-Nordschleife & Spa-Francorchamps.
Founded in 2016 Control launched its first purpose-built telemetry modem in early 2017. Built with race engineer input, it was a huge success. The company has since launched its industry-leading TLM-P1 and TLM-P2 solutions to establish itself as the leading provider of Race Winning Telemetry.
Control combines cutting edge hardware devices with advanced connectivity services and application specific software to deliver the worlds most advanced cellular motorsport telemetry solution.
Our Race Winning Telemetry solution is now used by leading private and manufacturer teams across some of the world’s biggest championships including FIA WEC, IMSA, ELMS, SRO Endurance Series and NLS.
Nathan is the founder of Control and the inspiration behind its rise to success in its short lifetime. After spending many years alternating between building enterprise level infrastructure and writing software in the finance and defence sectors, Nathan found a way to turn his love of motorsport in to a career. Initially starting out writing engine and gearbox control software, designing and supplying race car electrical systems, Nathan quickly realised there was an opportunity to do telemetry in a different way and has been working with his team ever since to make it the most capable solution on the market. A keen endurance racing fan, Nathan now has an excuse for wanting needing to watch so much of it on TV.
Sacha brings a huge amount of business acumen to the Control team having run it's parent company for over 15 years. The Westbase Group has over 30 years of experience in securely connecting devices and currently delivers highly secure and reliable private mobile networks to many customers including several national lotteries and police forces. Control started working with the Westbase Group in 2016 to deliver our Telemetry solution and it soon became clear that Nathan and Sacha shared the same vision for what Control could achieve. In 2017 Control became part of the Westbase Group. Away from work Sacha is an avid motorsport enthusiast having competed at a high level in national rallying and is now turning his attention to circuit racing.
Max joined Control as the second member of the team after Nathan founded the business and has been an intrinsic part of the products development and evolution ever since. Max has a long history of writing software for cellular applications, having worked for both Nokia & Qualcomm earlier in his career. This in depth understanding that allows him to give Control's software that competitive edge. Arguably the fittest member of the Control team, Max commutes over 16 miles a day to work by bike, come rain or shine.
Richard joined Control in late 2020 and is spearheading sales for the company. His passion for Motorsport dates back to one of his earliest memories spectating at Brands Hatch, later going on to become a driver and at the age of 20 his childhood obession became his career. He quickly found his niche in motorsport electronics and since then has spent the last 12 years in various positions working with teams and manufacturers at the highest level of motorsport. He is often found at race tracks across the world with a current running total of 79 tracks in 18 countries, not that he is counting... Away from the race track, you'll often find him in the pub or on his bike, trying to work off the calories consumed in said pub.