In 1999, Frank Masarik had an ambition: to bring a small carefully-selected range of high-quality fast-moving items into the UK aftermarket. Eurocams was devised to do just that, set up from the cramped surroundings of a small shed in his back garden in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, England.
With over 50 years of experience in automotive engineering and a long-established reputation for quality and reliability, however, it wasn’t long before he was approached by O.E. manufacturers and European aftermarket wholesale distributors interested in expanding his range.
Frank embraced the opportunity to grow his fledgling business, and by 2001 the expansion had become so rapid that he decided to bring on his son Graham Masarik as the Sales Director. By 2003, sales had increased to the point that Eurocams simply needed more space, so it moved to a 3,000 square foot warehouse. By 2004, it was supplying over 40 countries around the world.
Just 2 years later, yet more room was required, and in 2006 the company moved into additional premises of around 12,000 sq ft, a space it occupies to this day. In 2008, Graham Masarik acquired 100% of the company from Frank, and remains the owner now. Despite this, Frank is still involved with the company, and is today responsible for range development and cataloguing.
From humble beginnings in a back-garden shed to over 20,000 sq ft of warehousing, over 2,500 unique parts, state-of-the-art quality control, additional offices in Africa and the Far East, and a huge customer base spanning over 60 countries, Eurocams has come an enormous way in not even two decades, and the growth isn’t over yet.
We export product all over Europe and beyond, and are currently looking to expand our customer base into South America, New Zealand and Australia, contact us to discuss possibilities in these territories.
To discuss export business, please contact our Export Sales Manager – Adrian Bell
+44 (0) 7514 641898
Here at Eurocams we are able to support our customers with a complete bespoke parts service.
Utilising our team of development and quality engineers, we can produce parts to your specifications with full technical support throughout the process.
To learn more please contact our Bespoke Programme Manager -
+44 (0) 7516 504658
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Eurocams has sponsored Will (also from our home town of Weston-super-Mare) for more than 5 years. He has contested not only in the Ginetta GT4 Supercup, but also the British Touring Car Championship and British GT Championship.
Will entered the Ginetta championship for two rounds in 2012 in the G50 class, then entered the main G55 class for the first time the following year.
After showing great progress through his first two full campaigns, Will mounted a title challenge in 2016. From over 90 points back in the standings at one stage, he fought back and took the title battle down to the final race of the season, missing out by just three points.
2020 was to end up being Will's year though and after dominating much of the season he finally clinched the title on the last weekend of the season, having landed 15 podium finishes from 19 races.
The GT4 championship is competed in Ginetta’s flagship model, the G55 GT4. The G55 has a tubular frame and is powered by a 3.7L Ford V6 engine producing 380bhp.
For the 2021 season, Will is competing in the British GT Championship driving a Century Motorsport BMW M4 GT4
Matt started playing golf aged three when his grandfather took him to a local field to hit balls. He played for England Boys for two years, and was part of the Great Britain and Ireland team which won the Jacques Léglise Trophy in 2004.
He then spent three years in the England elite squad and took part in the Home Internationals in 2007 before turning professional the following year. Matt competed in 13 Challenge Tour events in 2010 and secured a full category for 2011.
The devoted Liverpool FC fan enjoyed a marvellous rookie season in 2012, finishing 72nd in The Race to Dubai and making the cut in two Majors having qualified for the US Open and The Open Championship.
Matt hit the ground running with top ten finishes in his first two tournaments, but had to wait until October to make his breakthrough, winning the Fred Olsen Challenge de España via a play -off, a week after coming third at the Allianz Golf Open Grand Toulouse.
European Ryder Cup and European Tour professional golfer Oliver Wilson is another member of our ambassador stable.
Oli played in the wining 2003 Walker Cup team, turning professional in the same year. He graduated from the Challenge Tour a year later.
As well as several runner-up finishes on the European Tour, Oli won the 2014 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship; the 2018 Swedish Challenge and the 2018 Monaghan Irish Challenge.
One of Eurocams newest signings is Challenge Tour Professional Todd Clements.
Winner of the prestigious 2017 English Amateur Championship Todd continued this success in 2019 by winning two PGA Europe Pro tournaments before securing his 2020 European Challenge Tour playing privileges.
David is a five-time European Tour winner and has been part of two winning Ryder Cup Teams. He has played over 600 European Tour events.
Winner of the 2013 Alfed Dunhill Links Championship and several other major tournament wins under his belt, David made the headlines more recently when he scored a superb Hole-In-One in the 2020 BMW PGA Championship on the 184yard 14th hole, raising over £70,000 for the Alzheimers Society.