2014-03-14 16:51:22 - IT specialist, Blue Chip, is celebrating its 8th year as Technical Partner and Sponsor of the Voltcom Crescent Suzuki World Superbike (WSB) Team, topped off by Eugene Laverty’s win in the opening race of the World Superbike 2014 Championship at Australia’s Phillip Island.
Blue Chip managing director, Richard Cook said: “We have worked with the team over the years across MotoGP, British Superbike and World Superbike as well as providing IT infrastructure and support to the Crescent Suzuki retail business. 2014 is set to be a very positive year with riders Eugene Laverty and Alex Lowes on board, already proven with a win in the first race of the season by Eugene. We are delighted to continue our partnership with the team and wish them every success for the Championship.”
As Technical Partner, Blue Chip hosts the team’s technical infrastructure on its resilient Cloud platform and provides 24/7 international support and communication links, as the team travels to 14 different circuits throughout the World
Voltcom Crescent Suzuki Team Manager, Paul Denning, said: “Eugene’s win has shown what we are capable of this year and with Blue Chip as very much a part of the team, playing a pivotal role in our communications and IT over the last eight years, we share this success with them too.”
The next race takes place in Aragon on Sunday 13th April 2014.