MH Racing | Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

MH Suspension Ltd is committed to protecting your privacy and security. We will only use the information we collect about you with your consent to tell you about our services.

We will never wilfully disclose personal information about you to any third party without first receiving your permission or unless we are under a legal obligation to do so.

When you enter a secure area of our site, on your browser you will notice a picture of a small padlock - this normally appears right at the bottom of the screen. To double check this, you can right click on the page and select 'properties' or 'view frame info' from the list which will tell you whether you are secure or not. Also look out for the sign of a secure web page, which can be identified by the URL (the web site address). A standard page will begin with 'http://'. A secure web page will begin with the URL 'https://' denoting that the merchant is using a secure server for the transaction of data.

All credit card details are encrypted using 128 bit SSL (Secure Sockets Layer). When you establish a secure connection, the downloaded web site sends a digital certificate to your web browser. When the certificate arrives, it contains a public key, which functions as a one-way encryption device. The browser then uses this key to scramble your personal data (Credit Card Information) before sending it over the Internet. Information encrypted with the public key cannot be decrypted without the corresponding private key, which only the merchant has. Without this exclusive, private key, your personal information cannot be read.

'Cookies'
mhracing.com site tracking 'cookies' contain no name or address information. It consists of the following information:

  1. A uniquely generated random number - this is how we differentiate visitors.
  2. The date and time of the last visit to the website

There are two primary types of 'cookie' used by our website:

  1. Permanent cookies: These are the ones stored on your computer to track repeat visits and site navigation.
  2. Temporary cookies: This cookie is deleted when the browser is closed. Your browser allows you to disable both permanent and temporary cookies. If you do disable cookies our website may not function 100%. If you wish to disable cookies on your browser, follow the instructions below and select the disable/reject options instead. If cookies are disabled on your browser, here are the instructions on how to re-enable them. Please follow the instructions specific to your browser version.

Microsoft Internet Explorer v6

In order to enable 'cookies' using Internet Explorer v6,

  1. Click on the 'Tools' menu,
  2. Select 'Internet Options...',
  3. Click on the 'Privacy' tab. and choose the 'Advanced options...' button,
  4. Check the 'Override automatic cookie handling' tick-box,
  5. Enable the 'First party' cookies by choosing the 'Accept' or 'Prompt' option,
  6. Enable the 'Third party' cookies by choosing the 'Accept' or 'Prompt' option.

Microsoft Internet Explorer v7/v8

In order to enable 'cookies' using Internet Explorer v7 or v8,

  1. Click on the 'Tools' menu,
  2. Select 'Internet Options...',
  3. Click on the "Privacy" tab,
  4. Click the "Default" button (or manually slide the bar down to "Medium") under "Settings",
  5. Click "OK".

Netscape Navigator v7.1 / Mozilla Fire Fox v5.0 and above

In order to enable cookies using Navigator v7.1 / Mozilla Fire Fox v5.0 and above,

  1. Click on the 'Edit' menu,
  2. Select 'Preferences...',
  3. Click on the arrow next to 'Privacy & Security' in the scrolling window to expand,
  4. Under 'Privacy & Security', select 'Cookies',
  5. Select 'Enable all cookies',
  6. Click 'OK'.

Google Chrome

In order to enable cookies using Google Chrome,

  1. Click on the spanner icon in the top right hand corner,
  2. Select 'Options...',
  3. Click on the tab 'Under the Hood',
  4. Scroll down to 'Cookie settings' and change the dropdown list to 'Allow all cookies'.
  5. Click 'Close'.