Branding Requirements

By submitting a vehicle enquiry form, you acknowledge and agree that if awarded an allocation, the assigned owner or team will adhere to mandated Ford Performance branding requirements, including application on race vehicle and in any other medium.

Terms of Use

Multimatic Motorsports Website Terms of Use and Legal Restrictions


Use of Site: Unless otherwise provided in an executed license or use agreement (an “Agreement”) between you and Multimatic Motorsports Inc. (“Multimatic Motorsports”) you are only authorised to view and download materials from this Site for your internal, non-commercial use, provided that you retain all copyright and other proprietary notices contained in the original or any copies of the materials. Except as specifically provided in an Agreement, you may not modify materials from this Site in any way or reproduce or publicly display, perform, distribute, copy, transmit, publish, license, create derivative works, transfer, sell or otherwise use such materials for any public or commercial purpose. Any use of materials from this Site (i) on any other website, (ii) in a networked computer environment, or (iii) for any purpose not specifically permitted in an Agreement, is prohibited. Materials at this Site are copyrighted and any unauthorized use of such materials may violate copyright, trademark or other applicable laws. If you breach any of these Terms, your authorization to access and use this Site automatically terminates, and you must immediately destroy any downloaded or printed materials.


You agree to defend, indemnify and hold Multimatic Motorsports, its employees, directors, representatives, third party service providers and affiliated entities harmless from and against all liabilities, costs and expenses, including legal fees, related to any violation of these Terms by you or in connection with your use of this Site.

Modification of Terms:

Multimatic Motorsports may revise these Terms at any time by updating this posting. Accordingly, you are encouraged to periodically review the Multimatic Motorsports WebSite Terms of Use and Legal Restrictions. Subsequent to such modification, your further use of this Site shall be deemed to constitute acceptance by you of the modified Terms. Certain provisions of these Terms may be superseded by designated legal notices or terms located on particular pages of this Site.


If any provision of these Terms is invalid or unenforceable under applicable law, then it shall be, to that extent, deemed omitted and the remaining provisions will continue in full force and effect.

Entire Agreement:

Unless specifically provided herein, these Terms constitute the entire agreement between you and Multimatic Motorsports with respect to your use of this Site. Except as specifically set forth in an Agreement, there are no representations, warranties, conditions or other agreements, express, implied, statutory or otherwise, between you and Multimatic Motorsports in connection with the use of this Site. If there is any conflict or inconsistency between these Terms and the provisions of an Agreement between you and Multimatic Motorsports, the provisions of the Agreement shall govern.


Your authorisation to access and use this Site shall automatically terminate if you are in breach of any of the provisions contained herein. Unless otherwise specified in an Agreement, Multimatic Motorsports reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to terminate your access to this Site, or any portion thereof, at any time, without notice.

Governing Law:

These Terms are governed by, and interpreted in accordance with, the laws of the Province of Ontario and the laws of Canada applicable therein, excluding conflicts and choice of law provisions.

Multimatic Code of Conduct

We are committed to complying with all laws in the jurisdictions in which we operate.

We require our employees, consultants, contractors, agents and other representatives, as well as our suppliers, to comply with applicable laws and this Code of Conduct. We also believe in conducting business with integrity, honesty and fairness. Our employees must respect and be sensitive to the cultures, customs and environment of the countries where we conduct business. We expect our employees to perform their duties honestly, credibly, without conflict or compromise, and in a manner which seeks to ensure our best interests ahead of their own interests. We provide a safe and healthy working environment that meets or exceeds applicable standards for safety and occupational health, and expect that others in our supply chains will do the same.

We have a zero-tolerance for bribery and corruption, and will uphold all laws relating to fraud, bribery, embezzlement, unfair competition (including antitrust), money laundering or other forms of corruption in all jurisdictions in which we operate (including, without limitation, the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977, the Canadian Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act and the U.K. Bribery Act 2010). Our employees shall not engage in unfair or illegal trade practices, or other corrupt or anti-competitive behaviour. More specifically, our employees shall not, directly or indirectly, offer bribes, kickbacks or other similar payments, or promise other improper benefits, for the purpose of illegally influencing any customer, supplier, public official or any other person. Similarly, our employees are prohibited from, directly or indirectly, accepting bribes, kickbacks or other improper benefits which could influence, or appear to influence, the proper performance of their duties.

Activities which are permissible under applicable law are not prohibited under this Code of Conduct. For example, reasonable business entertainment and hospitality, or gifts of nominal value or those which are appropriate in the circumstances, will not be considered a breach of our commitment to fair dealing, so long as such entertainment or gifts are consistent with business practice, not intended as an inducement, not contrary to applicable law or customer policies, and will not embarrass us or our employees if disclosed publicly. The foregoing applies equally to our contractors, agents and other representatives, with the same types of consequences in the case of breach.

We will not permit or tolerate harassment or discrimination against employees in any form. Additionally, we prohibit the use of forced, compulsory or child labor at any of our facilities (or at the facilities of our suppliers or other business partners), and will comply with applicable human rights legislation in the places where we carry on business (including, without limitation, the U.K. Modern Slavery Act 2015 and the German Supply Chain Due Diligence Act (LkSG)).). We are also committed to protecting personal information relating to our employees and other stakeholders in accordance with applicable statutes and regulations in jurisdictions in which we operate, and to conducting our business in an environmentally responsible manner, including minimizing the impact of our operations on the environment.

We believe that good communications among employees at all levels of our company promotes better business practices. To that end, we also fully support an ethics reporting and escalation process (whistleblower policy) and encourage all employees to raise genuine concerns in good faith without fear of reprisal. If an employee has a concern relating to one of the areas listed below, that concern can and should be reported to the Company. The purpose of this procedure is to enable the Company to investigate and deal properly and sensitively with actual or potential compliance concerns. This procedure is not intended to replace, for those employees covered by it, the disciplinary and grievance policy and procedure which continues to be the appropriate way to address personal job or employment issues.

If an employee genuinely believes that the Company, any employee of the Company or any other person with whom the Company transacts business (for example, a customer or supplier) has taken, is intending to take or has failed to take action that reasonably may lead to:

  • a criminal or civil offence due to fraud, bribery, embezzlement, unfair competition or other forms of corruption;
  • a failure to comply with any legal obligations, including the unauthorised use or disclosure of confidential/proprietary information;
  • an act or result that is clearly mistaken, unfair or improper;
  • a misappropriation or abuse of Company property/assets;
  • a danger to the health and safety of any individual (including violations of human rights);
  • damage or risk to the environment;
  • other illegal, unethical or improper activities; or
  • the deliberate concealment of information tending to show any of above,

the employee can disclose this concern (orally or in writing) to a Human Resources representative, a member of the Company’s management (for example, an Assistant General Manager or General Manager), a Group Human Resources Director, a Group Executive Vice President, the Corporate Vice President of Human Resources or any Corporate Legal Counsel, including the Vice President & General Counsel. Typically, the concern should be disclosed to the employee’s immediate supervisor or Human Resources representative. However, there may be occasions where the use of such channels of communication may not be appropriate. In these situations, the concern should be escalated or raised with an individual holding any of the positions listed above, without the need to follow any particular order or priority.

If a concern is disclosed, the employee should provide full details and, where possible, supporting facts and evidence. It is important that these types of issues are dealt with sensitively and quickly. Anonymous disclosures will be accepted but an investigation may be hindered if the supporting facts and evidence are not provided. If information is disclosed in accordance with this procedure, the employee’s identity will be kept confidential (unless required by law or if the employee provides consent to the contrary).

All genuine complaints will be promptly investigated and the Company will take whatever action it considers appropriate. The assistance of the employee lodging the complaint may be required during the investigation. Where appropriate, the outcome of the investigation will be communicated to the individuals involved in the investigation as soon as practicable.

If an employee reasonably believes that a concern relating to any of the areas listed above exists, and discloses that information to the appropriate person under this procedure in good faith, no action will be taken against the employee for making the disclosure, even if the investigation finds that the employee was mistaken. The Company will take appropriate action against any person who victimizes another person for using this procedure, deters any person from reporting genuine concerns using this procedure or makes any disclosure or allegation under this procedure maliciously.

This Code of Conduct applies to Multimatic Inc. and its subsidiaries and automotive affiliates; it is endorsed by the Company’s senior management and will be reviewed at least once per year. In the event of a conflict between this Code of Conduct and an employee handbook, this Code shall govern.

Failure by our employees to comply with this Code will lead to disciplinary action which is proportionate to the breach, up to and including immediate dismissal in appropriate circumstances. Our consultants, contractors, agents and other representatives, as well as our suppliers, are required to meet the same standards as our employees and will be subject to consequences in the event of a breach.

Privacy Statement

We respect your privacy

Multimatic Motorsports (which includes Multimatic Motorsports Inc. and our affiliates, and together are referred to as ‘Multimatic Motorsports’ or ‘we’ in this Privacy Statement) respects the privacy of our employees, customers, suppliers and other third parties. We collect and process information about individuals (personal data) for business purposes, including employment and HR administration, provision of our goods and services, marketing and business administration. In doing so, we protect any personal information that we may acquire and adhere to all legislative requirements with respect to protecting privacy, specifically including, for our operations in the U.K., the UK General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Personal information means any information about a living natural person that makes that person identifiable. This may include (among other things) your name, other identification information and your contact information, including email address and mailing address. Visitors to the Multimatic Motorsports Website are not required to reveal any personal information.

However, on a voluntary basis, you may provide and disclose certain personal information to us in using certain sections of our Website, such as the Customer Portals section or the Careers section. If applicable, you may be provided with specific personal data privacy notices, such as the Multimatic Job Applicant Privacy Notice relevant (under the GDPR) for certain jurisdictions. This Privacy Statement should be read together with the Terms of Use of this Website.

Information Sharing: Multimatic Motorsports will not disclose to, or share with, any third party outside the Multimatic group, either free of charge or for remuneration, any personal information that you provide us on this Website without your permission, unless it is required by law.

Any information you provide may be shared within the Multimatic group (which includes Multimatic Motorsports and the manufacturing, engineering and vehicle assembly operations of Multimatic – see will be used to improve our service, to keep you informed and up to date on the activities of Multimatic Motorsports and our customers. If, at any time, you wish to be removed from any of our contact lists, simply e-mail us at [email protected], and we will gladly accommodate your request.

Website Tracking Privacy Principles:

There are some cases where we collect information about you that is not personal information. This may include, for example, the internet browser you are using, the type of computer operating system you are using and the domain name of the website. This type of data helps us to improve the content of our Website and help us to determine which features and services of the Website are most important to our visitors.


If you send an email inquiry to this Website at [email protected], any personal information you submit will be used by Multimatic group employees who need it in order to respond to your inquiry. When your personal information is no longer required for the purpose for which it was collected or in accordance with any other statutory requirements, the information will be removed or deleted (generally within 12 months).

Changes to Privacy Statement:

This Privacy Statement may be updated by us from time to time.

Contact Us:

If you have any questions or concerns regarding this Privacy Statement or our practices, please contact us by email at [email protected] or in writing at Multimatic Motorsports c/o Multimatic Inc., 8688 Woodbine Avenue, Suite 200, Markham, Ontario, Canada L3R 8B9.

Accessibility Customer Service


Multimatic Motorsports is an affiliate of Multimatic Inc. and is part of ‘Multimatic’ for purposes of the Accessibility Customer Service Plan/Policy.

Accessibility Standards


Multimatic Motorsports is an affiliate of Multimatic Inc. and is part of ‘Multimatic’ for purposes of the Accessibility Standards Plan (Improving Opportunities for People with Disabilities).

Toxics Reduction – Ontario


Multimatic Motorsports is an affiliate of Multimatic Inc. and is part of ‘Multimatic’ for purposes of the Toxics Reduction Act (Ontario).

Anti-Slavery Statement – UK


Multimatic Motorsports Europe is a division of Multimatic. U.K. Limited and, as such, is covered by Statement on Anti-Slavery made by Multimatic Ltd. pursuant to section 54(1) of the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015.

UK Tax Strategy Statement


Multimatic Motorsports Europe is a division of Multimatic. U.K. Limited and, as such, is part of the Multimatic UK Sub-Group on whose behalf the UK Tax Strategy Statement was prepared and published in respect of the current financial year under paragraph 19(2) of Schedule 19 of the UK Finance Act 2016.

General Data Protection Regulation


Multimatic Motorsports Europe is a division of Multimatic. U.K. Limited and, as such, is subject to the UK General Data Protection Regulation relating to personal data collection and processing.

Cookie List

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