Iron Man Trounson competes in all 13 Superbike and Formula-oz races including 20 lap challenge cup.

With second overall for the Swann series Formula-oz and thirteenth overall in FX superbike and third in the Challenge cup, the team came away from the Wakefield weekend feeling great and looking forward to the next round at Mallala.
Chris said “we got caught out a little with the new qualifying format and I think there were quite a few other riders that felt the same, but we will make sure we have that covered from now on”

The racing in both classes was fun and in the FX-Superbike class it was super intense, with the top 18 spread over one second, the racing was always going to be hard. Chris and the team can’t wait to get our new SP Honda just to be on a level playing field with the other Honda’s out there. Chris; I’ve spent enough time following them to know how much better they are.

The team picks up a new SP this weekend and a new 2014 bike as the number 2 bike next week. So although its seems like we have plenty of time to get prepared the next race meeting will be here before we know it.

Garry House is looking forward to building the new bikes and was himself super impressed by the performance of the factory Honda bikes at Wakefield, saying that “It looks like the SP is started to bridge the gap to some of the other brands even though there is a difference of 20hp in the manufactures favour, Honda has done a great job with the SP, cannot wait to have a look at our new one.”

Big thanks goes to Terry and Gloria for organising such a huge event and with the race format providing such close intense battles not seen here for 15 plus years.
We would like to thank the following sponsors, NGK spark plugs, HGO, Bell Helmets, RST leathers, Bazzaz, Akrapovic, Stomp, DID, Rad gaurds, Bodytech smash repairs, Unichip, Dynomotive & Gas Honda.


Dynomotive and Unichip Australia and New Zealand are proud sponsors of:
Australian Superbike Champion
Chris Trounson:

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