NZ’s Seth Devereux spearheads Richardson and Hoogenboezem MotoAmerica Campaign

NZ’s Seth Devereux spearheads Richardson and Hoogenboezem MotoAmerica Campaign

If there was anyone to spearhead racing MotoAmerica 2018 campaign for Woolich Racing Kawasaki Team riders: Shane Richardson and Alistair Hoogenboezem its NZ’s Seth Devereux.

Photo Credit: Woolich Racing Kawasaki

Photo Credit: Woolich Racing Kawasaki

Diehard passionate racing road, Seth delivers more than he promises in setting in motion the practicalities of getting Woolich Racing Kawasaki Team riders to race the inaugural MotoAmerica Series, producing street-cred results for funding the 8 out of 10 Round Series.

Seth: without our sponsors Kissimmee Motorsports and Palmetto Motorsports bricks and mortar motorcycle dealers in Florida, 2018 would not be possible for us. They have provided the bikes for our campaign this season and we hope to do them proud.’

Equally important the new naming sponsor Woolich Racing, an ECU reflashing company based in Australia along with bike support for the 2 Team riders on 2018 Kawasaki ZX-10R motorcycles.

Having completed 2017 Superstock class Overall 6th place, Shane Richardson vies the pointy end of results in the new Stock 1000 class along-side fellow Team rider Alistair Hoogenboezem this year.

Taking on board rider feedback with demands of race schedule, MotoAmerica’s Stock 1000 will run standalone races, on track both race-day weekends, supporting up-coming riders displaying their talent at National level.

Heads up for a great season for the Kiwi’s MotoAmerica Stock 1000 Round 2 Virginia: May 4th-6th. More to come.

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