GoMoto Rider Development Program Expands in 2022

GoMoto Rider Development Program Expands in 2022

The GoMoto Store rider development program has re-commenced with the selection of 5 new riders bolstering the squad for the season ready for the MCRCWA State Road Racing Championship which starts in just a few weeks.

Applications for positions within the team which started in December 2021 saw a large number of strong candidates applying. 5 lucky new riders were offered places all of who accepted and will be put through their paces in 2022.

The rider development program offers the riders support throughout the season on and off the bike including rider development, data analysis, bike improvements, pit support on all race days and a host of other services to help get the best out of their bike and self.

GoMoto have announced that the following riders are being welcomed to the GoMoto Store Race Team squad for this year.

PHOTO: Aaron Simonsen by Oz Speed Photography

Aaron Simonsen: Arron competed in the part of the 2021 season on his Kawasaki ZX6 within the clubman class scoring a podium position in his second ever race day. Aaron will continue to compete within the Clubman class and will cross enter into Super Sport.

PHOTO: Bruce Olivier by SportPixx

Bruce Olivier: Bruce competed in the 150cc junior class in 2021 placing 3rd outright in the season and is now moving up to the Formula 2 class aboard a Kawasaki 400. Bruce is looking forward to racing with the other young riders in the team and gaining some strong points in his first season in the class.

PHOTO: Corey Gugiatti by Oz Speed Photography

Corey Gugiatti: Corey has come across from riding track and tuning days and will be competing in his first ever race this season. On a freshly prepped Honda CBR1000 is hoping to win a round of clubman and progress into the Superbike class.

PHOTO: Bryan McCormack by Oz Speed Photography

Bryan McCormack: Bryan competed in his first ever race at the final round of the MCRCWA Championship in 2021 and was able to score 4thin class on the day. Bryan is hoping to progress through the ranks and join the Super Sport class alongside his team mates Stephan Blount, Jordan White and Aaron Simonsen

PHOTO: Colm Keane by True Spirit Photos

Colm Keane: Colm competed at every round in 2021 coming away with some strong results across the season in the Clubman class on his ZX10. He’s hoping to improve upon these results in 2022 with additional development of the bike gained from all the knowledge from the other Kawasaki riders within the team.

The GoMoto Team are excited for a big year of racing across the state championship rounds kicking off with a fun 300km endurance race taking place on the 6th of March at Wanneroo Raceway

Keep an eye out on the GoMoto Team Facebook page for updates!



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