About us

Fablass Ltd is owned and run by Paul Evans. Paul’s motorsport career began in 1987, when he joined the weekly motorsport publication Motoring News. He has had articles published in The Times newspaper and numerous magazines around the world. He is also a former Rallies Editor for The Sun Online.

In 1995, Paul joined Knightsbridge-based public relations company Avenue Communications, where he learnt the art of PR from some of the industry’s best. At Avenue, Paul worked as Account Manager for Mobil 1 in the British and World Rally Championships, before becoming Ford World Rally Team Media Manager.

In 1997, Paul set up his own motorsport public relations agency, Good Evans & Co Ltd, to work with SEAT UK and SEAT S.A. – a contract with ran consecutively for 11 years.

During that time with SEAT, Good Evans & Co created, operated the delivered PR programmes in the British and World Rally Championships and the British and World Touring Car Championships. It also managed the PR for the entire life of the SEAT Cupra Championship and for nine months was SEAT UK Acting Head of Public Relations, managing the Toledo and Arosa car launches and organising the famous SEAT Christmas Media Party.

Good Evans & Co’s other clients included Nissan Motor (GB) Ltd, Mitsubishi Motors North America, Proton (Malaysia), Race of Champions, Wales Rally GB, IMS (International Motor Sports), International Rally Challenge and British National RallySprint Championship.

Drivers we have worked with include: Colin McRae, Carlos Sainz, Juha Kankkunen, Tommi Mäkinen, Ari Vatanen, Didier Auriol, Rob Huff, Yvan Muller, Karamjit Singh (all World Champions), François Delecour, Miki Biasion, Armin Schwarz, Gwyndaf Evans, David Higgins, Guy Wilks, Piero Liatti, Harri Rovenperä, Jason Plato, James Thompson, Darren Turner, Danny Watts, Jonny Kane, Nick Leventis, Gordon Shedden, Gabrielle Tarquini, Tiago Monteiro and Rickard Rydell.

In the automotive industry, we have worked on special projects for Hyundai, Peugeot, Lord Drayson, Goodwood, Stilo, Eurosport Events and the British MotoGP. We are also proud to work with the Race of Champions.

Outside motorsport, we have worked on special projects involving the Welsh Rugby Union, Aston Villa FC, Birmingham City FC and the Scottish Football Association.

Paul created and delivered PR programmes for ŠKODA UK Motorsport (2010-13) – working with Andreas Mikkelsen in both his Intercontinental Rally Challenge winning seasons – and for Le Mans winning team Strakka Racing in the FIA World Endurance Championship.

As The Sun Rally Editor, Paul’s words were read on-line by 4.2 million unique visitors, receiving 8.4 million page impressions (Motorsport section, 2012). With over 25 million hits per month, The Sun Online was, the the time, the world’s biggest on-line daily newspaper website.

In the winter of 2019, Paul created a Minute By Minute timetable for the Riyadh Season Car Show in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and co-ordinated all the on-track shows and activities – which included track displays by the Ferrari F1 team and the Vaughn Gittin Jnr stunt team, plus officially setting two new Guinness World Records (one by Terry Grant and the other by David ‘The Bullet’ Smith, aka The Human Cannonball).

“As Head of PR for SEAT UK I contracted Paul for several services including a long-running and compehensive PR programme for SEAT Motor Sport and the writing and production of an in-house magazine. The consistency, quality, diversity and level of media coverage achieved for SEAT Sport was outstanding, and the in-house communication was always a popular read. Both successes were the result of Paul's unwavering commitment and enthusiasm for the projects.”

Juliet Edwards
Former Head of Public Relations, SEAT UK