WOOLICH RACING JOINS WORLD STAGE AS OFFICIAL TECHNICAL PARTNER IN WORLDSBK
Justin is a familiar face at races across the country and said that racing has always been where they have developed their wide range of products for tuning motorcycles. We have the opportunity to be Official Technical Partners with WorldSBK and continue developing and implementing our products on a World Stage. “Personally, we couldn’t be more proud of the achievement because it backs up our belief here at Woolich racing, that Australian-made products can be World Class and cutting-edge. We are proud to be partners in the WorldSBK championship categories, which represent the highest level superbike and stock-based competitions around the world.
Gregorio Lavilla / Champion Sporting Director / WSBK / FIM said, “We are thrilled to announce the partnership avec Woolich Racing. Justin, Sharon, and their entire team share our outlook about the future of different racing classes. We believe that each class should be a stepping stone for the next class in rider performance as well as bike technology. FIM has approved the Woolich Racing technology. Scott Smart, my Director / WSBK Technical Department / FIM.
“Having the ability to control the electronic ‘black art” of electronics allows all competitors to arrive on the track with equal Menards Swimming Pools opportunities, allowing riders to shine.”
Woolich Racing has begun work, and WorldSBK’s Technical Team has also started. More news will be forthcoming as the season progresses.
Woolich Racing, a Brisbane-based company, is owned by Justin Woolich and Sharon Woolich. Justin, a world-renowned software engineer and motorcycle enthusiast, started tuning and improving motorcycle performance a decade ago. This led to Woolich Racing Tuned software, and ECU flashing products.
Woolich Racing products can be used to tune a motorcycle’s standard ECU. This eliminates the need for additional modules and allows you to access many other features that are not available in standard ECU units. Woolich Racing products are used by everyday riders and race teams around the globe in all types of professional motorcycle sport.