Welcome to Buckingham Automotive

Jeremy Buckingham

Jeremy started his automotive career at Hartwells Jaguar Landrover located in Oxford, United Kindom. Several years working at March Engineering followed where experience was gained building and maintaining various race cars.

Moving to the United States in the mid-80's working for various race teams before becoming an independant focusing on Race car preparation for vintage and classic car restoration.

From the early 90's until today Jeremy now focuses on Automitve Safety and offers a consultancy service for litigation support, component and systems testing and court room exhibts.

Forensic Engineering

Forensics engineering is essentially a failure analysis program for litigation support. The goal of such a program is to positively identify the sequence of events leading to ultimate failure.

After an accident, forensics engineers examine broken parts and bring together a list of probable failure mechanisms to be investigated. Interviews are conducted to determine a sequence of events. Drawings, specifications, and operational procedures are reviewed. As-built dimensions and operating parameters are compared to design requirements.

The final step in forensics engineering is to use analytical and testing tools to confirm the findings of fact.

The forensics engineer becomes an expert witness in support of the findings. He is also responsible for reviewing the technical aspects of the opposition's case.


Race car prepartion.

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