G.M.D Computrack Sponsors Millson Hamilton ON, CANADA - July 9, 2009 -- Mississauga-based G.M.D Computrack Ontario and Pro Superbike racer Ross Millson are proud to announce their new partnership for the balance of the 2009 season. G.M.D...
G.M.D Computrack Sponsors Millson
Hamilton ON, CANADA - July 9, 2009 -- Mississauga-based G.M.D Computrack Ontario and Pro Superbike racer Ross Millson are proud to announce their new partnership for the balance of the 2009 season.
G.M.D Computrack Ontario will provide precision chassis measurements of Millson's Suzuki GSX-R1000 to detect and rectify potential frame misalignment issues and to unlock the hidden potential of his motorcycle's chassis.
"Our aim is to help Ross and the RMP Racing team to be as successful as possible at the upcoming Parts Canada Superbike Championships doubleheader at Mosport and beyond" said G.M.D Computrack Ontario's owner Adrian Baird.
"We'll look at all of the various geometric parameters that are critical to the handling of Ross' bike and discuss the findings with Computrack's inventor Greg McDonald. This will allow us to determine how the bike should be set up to maximize the mechanical grip and help Ross achieve his best lap times" commented Baird.
The G.M.D. Computrack system was invented by Australian Greg McDonald. His development started back in 1982 and was perfected over the next 11 years. Since then, the company has grown by leaps and bounds. There are now eleven licensed workshops in the United States and another dozen in other parts of the world including Canada.
The system and related services benefit all riders from Pros to amateurs as well as trackday and street riders. The G.M.D. Computrack system has been used successfully by top-ranked professional racers around the world.
"I'm very interested to see what the results are for my bike" said Millson. "It will be reassuring to know that my chassis' alignment is optimal for the second half of our season."
G.M.D. Computrack's findings on Millson's chassis measurements and subsequent recommendations will be reported on in a future issue of Inside Motorcycles.