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Australian Company Woolich Racing Official Technical Partner Of WorldSBK | Local | News

In huge news for the Australian motorcycle industry and in a first for an Australian-owned Company, Woolich Racing P/L has become an Official Technical Partner of WorldSBK.

As leaders in ECU flashing products and software developments for motorcycle tuning and performance optimisation, the Brisbane based family owned and run business, fronted by Software Engineer and motorcyclist Justin Woolich, was chosen by WorldSBK to team up, develop and implement software for use in stock based classes SSTK1000 WorldSSP and WorldSSP300.

Justin, a familiar face at race meetings around the country, said, “Racing has always been where we have developed our wide range of products used for tuning motorcycles.

“The benefits of racing developments find their way to our end user, our everyday customers, and we have a great opportunity now as Official Technical Partners with WorldSBK to continue to develop and implement our products on a World Stage.

“Personally, we could not be more proud of this achievement as it backs up what we believe here at Woolich Racing, that our Australian-made products are World Class and cutting edge. The WorldSBK championship categories represent the highest level of superbike and stock based competition in the World and we are proud to be official partners”.

Gregorio Lavilla / Championship Sporting Director / WSBK / FIM, “We are delighted to announce the partnership with Woolich Racing. “Justin, Sharon and all of their team share our outlook on the future of the different racing classes. “We realise that each class should provide a stepping stone to the next class in both rider performance and bike technology. The Woolich Racing technology has been tested and approved by FIM and my Director / WSBK Technical Department / FIM, Scott Smart.

“Having the tools to control the ‘black art’ of electronics ensures that all competitors arrive at the track with equal opportunity allowing the riders to shine”.

Work has already commenced with Woolich Racing and the Technical Team at WorldSBK and more news will follow as the season continues.

Justin Woolich Yamaha.