TAS Racing and Tyco will celebrate a 10-year association when this season’s Bennetts British Superbike Championship gets underway over the Easter weekend in April at Silverstone.
A former title sponsor of TAS Racing, Tyco is now a strong secondary partner and their increased commitment for the 2022 BSB season will undoubtedly be of great support – as we look to push the SYNETIQ BMW M1000RR machinery of Danny Buchan and Andrew Irwin into regular podium contention.
Speaking of the continued association with Tyco, Team Principal Philip Neill, said: “The Tyco partnership has been a successful one over the years on many fronts, both for us as a team and Tyco as a business model, so we are obviously delighted to mark ten years with them in 2022. Some of the faces may have changed over the years at Tyco but their desire to support us as a team, and use the racing model to grow their business, is as fervent as ever and we look forward to working with them all again this season.”
Gordon Morrison, Sales Director, Johnson Controls, UK&I, Access and Video, commented: “The Tyco brand has become very well-known over the past 10 years with BSB, from fans to all those who are involved in the sport. I am delighted to lead the expansion of this support to TAS Racing going into the 2022 BSB season.
“As a company we welcome our customers to each round as hospitality VIP Guests, many then becoming great fans of the sport. We will expand our Technology Days this season where we will demonstrate our Access and Video Security Solution. There is a joint desire to win both on the track with Danny Buchan and Andy Irwin and in ensuring we support our customer to deliver winning solutions for their security, safety and smart buildings.”