Muc-Off was designed back in 1994 – out of necessity, rather than for commercial gain, as there was a need to provide an efficient and fast way of cleaning racing, mountain and cross-country bikes.
To date, the manufacturer has established a comprehensive range of products which really do what they say, from fast-action cleaners, right through to a show finish shine.
In 2008, it became clear to the directors of S.W.A.T. that the benefits of using the Muc-Off products were not being realised by motorsport competitors, teams or even fans, and that the motorsport trade were not getting the opportunity to promote and sell products which were designed to meet the requirements of racing professionals. Read More »
Double Le Mans winner, Darren Turner, launches ‘Base Performance’, providing unique expertise to maximise simulator, vehicle and driver performance.
A new organisation offering specialist support to improve the development speed, accuracy and value of ‘driver-in-the-loop’ simulators has been formed by top race and development driver Darren Turner. With extensive experience of Formula 1 simulators and road and race car development, Base Performance will allow race teams and vehicle manufacturers to quickly develop and optimise simulators into workable tools, in order to achieve better results. Read More »
HM Plant Honda’s Josh Brookes will be back in the seat of his CBR1000RR Fireblade Superbike at this weekend’s tenth round of the British Superbike Championship at Croft, paired with the former HM Plant Honda double BSB Champion Ryuichi Kiyonari who is making a sensational return to the championship just for this weekend.
The 26-year-old Japanese rider will ride for the HM Plant Honda team, with whom he won the title in 2006 and 2007, in place of the injured Glen Richards who is still recovering from a broken leg. Read More »