WESUBSEA joins Mason Law for World Superbikes at Donington Park this weekend

Exciting times are ahead for Mason Law and GR Motosport. They enter this weekend’s World Superbike event at Donington Park with a new sponsorship agreement with WESUBSEA.

Sheffield-based GR Motosport, in welcoming WeSubsea as a partner for this weekend’s World Superbike event, are pleased to continue our ethos of introducing new industries to our sport whilst again paving the way for others to follow.

WeSubsea are a leading manufacturer of ROV and diver dredging systems. With their vast experience and innovative approach they can provide clients with equipment that has a proven track record and superior performance.

Team WD-40 Superbike has been granted a one event entry. Both Mason and the Team are looking forward to the World championship event with the challenges of using our British Superbike Championship bike.

Jason Wilson WeSubsea Managing Director, commented; “When the opportunity arose to Join Mason and the team for this WSB round we jumped at the chance. Being part of such a large event with a great friendly team is what WeSubsea are all about. We appreciate all the hard work and preparation that goes in to this kind of event, and wish the team all the very best!

Mason Law looking forward to Donington on-board the TEAM WD-40 Kawasaki ZX10RR

Mason Law to make World Superbike Debut at Donington

Mason Law on the Team WD-40 Kawasaki

On the upcoming event, Mason Law remarked; “I’m very excited to be rolling out of pit lane on Friday to commence my World Superbike debut. I’m looking forward to getting back out at a circuit that’s one of my favourites, and putting in some solid work with my crew!

We’ve made some great progress with both the bike and myself since round 1 of the BSB championship. So it will be good to get back to a circuit I have raced at already this year! Myself, the team and our partners are looking forward to having some fun this upcoming weekend. It’s all about gaining experience listening and learning for me. My bike will be BSB spec and it’s solely about getting some competitive miles under my belt before we resume our BSB calendar at Snetterton!”

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