The former Dawes exec was instrumental in setting up the UK arm of the Malaysian monocoque maker but has now decided to move on. His daughter, Natasha Beetison, stays with the company

Beetison leaves EP-X

"After two years intensive work setting up a manufacturing unit in the UK, putting in place product range, sales marketing plans and distribution channels, and starting on the long road of creating the EP-X brand name, I will not be renewing my contract," said Beetison in a press statement.

"However, I would like to say my time at EP-X has been a very fulfilling experience, working with a state of the art product and an exceptionally talented team in the UK."

Beetison was the UK and European business manager for the Coventry-based company. His statement does not divulge his future plans.

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