When the Travis Wyman Racing BMW rig arrives at The Ridge Motorsports Park today, the team will be tasked with affixing a familiar logo to its BMW S 1000 RR. Evol Technology LLC – one of rider/team owner Travis Wyman’s sponsors for many years and the team’s first-ever title sponsor – is set to be back in the lead sponsorship role June 25-27 for MotoAmerica’s Superbikes at the Ridge round.
The Travis Wyman Racing BMW squad has helped Evol Technology LLC develop new products and improve its existing products for BMW S 1000 RR models. The Pacific Northwest-based company has had a smaller logo on Travis Wyman Racing’s motorcycle since the team’s first race at Road Atlanta in 2018. It also became the team’s first title sponsor that same year for the MotoAmerica round at Sonoma Raceway.
“Evol Technology’s founder, Steve Korol, has been a good friend and partner for most of my pro racing career, and I’m happy to showcase the technical partnership between Evol Technology and Travis Wyman Racing at the closest round to Steve’s shop in Boise, Idaho,” Travis Wyman said. “The team and I have worked closely with Steve to develop various parts for the BMW S 1000 RR, which has in turn contributed to our on-track success in MotoAmerica. Steve does a lot to support many racers in the MotoAmerica paddock, and I’m stoked to be helping him get the word out about his company.”
Evol Technology LLC designs, develops and manufactures precision mechanical products and prototypes, specializing in motor sports applications and prototyping services for the broader mechanical and industrial design community. All of Evol Technology’s products and services are 100-percent American made.
“Evol Technology is honored and proud to support Travis and his team’s top-shelf, grassroots racing effort,” Evol Technology LLC Company Principal Steve Korol said. “Travis and his team embody perfectly so much of what we recognize as the critical ingredients of success: extraordinary athletic talent and unrivaled technical savvy backed with fierce grit and determination. Combined with the formidable BMW S 1000 RR, we couldn’t ask for better partners to aid in our continual pursuit to bring world-class road racing products to our customers.”
Wyman is leading the chase for the 2021 MotoAmerica Superbike Cup title by 21 points and is tied for third in the Stock 1000 points standings. The Las Vegas rider will race four times this weekend on The Ridge’s 2.47-mile road course, with two Superbike races and two Stock 1000 races scheduled for the event. Saturday’s Stock 1000 race is slated to get underway at 1:10 p.m. Pacific, and the Superbike race starts at 4:10 p.m. Pacific. The Stock 1000 Class kicks off the MotoAmerica racing action on Sunday at 11:30 a.m. Pacific and the day’s Superbike race is scheduled for 2:10 p.m. Pacific.
To learn how to tune in and watch Wyman continue his quest for two MotoAmerica class titles, visit www.motoamerica.com.
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