Gary Anderson brings a lifetime of engineering experience to Typhoon Bicycles.
His F1 career started with Brabham at the age of 21. He then moved to join McLaren and became Chief Mechanic within a matter of months.
His design career started with his own Championship winning F3 and Super Vee cars in the early 80s followed by a spell with Indy cars in the USA.
Returning to the UK to a Championship win in F3000 with Reynard before being lured back into F1.
He helped to set up and take the role of Technical Director of Jordan Grand Prix in 1990, his first Formula One design the Jordan 191 is arguably one of the most elegant F1 cars ever produced.
After an eight year spell as Technical Director of Eddie Jordan’s successful team he moved on to become Technical Director of Stewart Grand Prix bringing both teams their first F1 race Victories.
Gary went on to work in Television as technical correspondent and he retired at the end of 2014 from the unrelenting traveling that the world of F1 dictates.
He has joined Typhoon in the role of Chief Engineering Director to bring his extensive F1 mechanical and design knowledge to the bicycle industry and to make the Typhoon E-Assist bikes number 1 in the world.
“The engineering challenges of bringing my F1 technical knowledge to the cycling market and to a product that is both elegant and functional is a challenge I just couldn’t resist”