Wearwell Revs Up British Superbikes Sponsorship Agreement with First Track Outing of the Year
British workwear manufacturer Wearwell and European workwear brand Herock®’s safety garments have successfully completed their first track outing of the year in the 2022 Bennetts British Superbike Championship (BSB).
Wearwell supplies all Racesafe marshals and other vital safety and event staff with Herock® branded, flame-retardant uniforms, keeping the on-track volunteers safe throughout every BSB race weekend and test event.
Racesafe marshals are outfitted with orange Wearwell garments, BSB medical team are identifiable by their red uniform while the BSB technical team are supplied with blue Wearwell garments.
Hundreds of volunteers make race days what they are for competitors and fans alike, and they’re vital to keeping riders safe. Whether helping recover stranded riders, removing broken down vehicles, clearing debris or applying first aid, all BSB’s trackside volunteers are outfitted with comfortable, protective uniforms manufactured from technically superior materials using years of workwear knowhow.
Richard Wright, Wearwell CEO said, “We were delighted to see the first round of this year’s BSB kick off at Silverstone and were especially pleased to know that Wearwell is helping to keep the hardworking marshals and safety staff safe with Herock® workwear. We’re all looking forward to following closely through the season and are excited for the next races after testing this week.”
Following the first race of the 2022 Bennetts British Superbike Championship at Silverstone circuit over the Easter weekend, the circuit now moves to Cheshire for round two at Oulton Park.