Pure Attitude Racing and G.M.D Computrack join forces for 2022

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Pure Attitude Racing is delighted to announce a continued collaboration with G.M.D. Computrack for the 2022 MotoAmerica Season.

G.M.D. Computrack’s mainstream business is the measuring the chassis of a motorcycle to check for alignment and geometry and owner Kent Soignier, a long time supporter of Pure Attitude Racing’s on track endeavours will play an even greater role for the season ahead as the team switch to Yamaha machinery for the 2022 MotoAmerica Twins Cup Championship, whilst running Chase Black on a Kawasaki in the MotoAmerica Junior Cup.

Dean Standish – Pure Attitude Racing Team Owner:
“For the last five or six years, Kent has helped us to set up our bikes. He’s been trackside a lot and so I am excited that for 2022 he will be a full-time member of Pure Attitude Racing, as we move to the next level in our growth. Not only will he be working with the riders week in week out, setting up the bikes and ensuring we get the best from them, but he will play a huge and significant role in the geometry set up of our new Yamahas. The bikes have already been in his workshop, and he has been working flat out to ensure we are ready for round one. He has been in the sport for many years. He would be a huge asset to any team, and I am proud that he has chosen to be a bigger part of the Pure Attitude Racing family this year.”

Kent Soignier – G.M.D Computrack:
“It’s an honour to work with Pure Attitude Racing again for the 2022 MotoAmerica Road Racing series. My job will be to make the bikes handle optimally and make the riders comfortable at racing speed at full tilt. The team will contest the Twins Cup Class with riders Liam MacDonald and Trevor Standish and Chase Black, who joins in Junior Cup. Since the Twins Cup class runs basically superbike type rules, we will have almost free reign to get cutting edge racing chassis set ups. We will use the G.M.D. Computrack Chassis Measurements System to find and implement every advantage from the Yamaha YZF-R7 chassis – from Sweet Numbers Chassis Geometry set ups to maintenance of precision alignment. If there are any unfortunate crashes, we will have Computrack with us trackside so we can quickly assess a bike for invisible to the naked eye chassis damages before we go back on the track. For instance, when the two Yamaha R7’s arrived and had never been ridden, right out of the box, we checked the bikes with GMD Computrack conducting a baseline geometry study. Probably due to rough crate handling and shipping damage we found both had front end twisting, so we straightened them prior to our Daytona shakedown test. While the engines are off to get some more horse power we will build the chassis and then it’s off to some testing to dial it all in before we hit the high banks of Daytona in March.”

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