Keep it on the track and off the Street.
Oct 13, 2016
Custom Plates are excited to team up with Josh Waters as our new ‘Keep it on the Track’ ambassador.
Two-time Australian Superbike Champion, Josh Waters, made a surprise return to domestic competition at the final round of the Australian Superbike Championship (ASBK) in Winton, Victoria. Waters finished third place in the round which was the first time Josh had raced on home soil since 2012.
Waters left the series at the conclusion of the 2012 season – after clinching his second overall championship crown, to compete full time in the coveted British Superbike Championship (BSB) between 2013-2015. His time in the BSB returned mixed results, the highlight being a win at Brands Hatch in 2014.
The 29 year old from Mildura will next compete in the Australian Superbike class at this year's Australian MotoGP event in Phillip Island.
"Phillip Island is a great event and to be racing in front of such a big crowd is always good."
The opportunity to return to domestic competition came via a brand new privateer team outfit in Apex Motorsport, with the support of Custom Plates, via our 'Keep it on the track' and off the street road safety initiative - for which Waters will be a two-wheeled Custom Plates road safety ambassador aboard a Yamaha R1 machine.
The ‘Keep it on the Track’ and off the streets message has recently been promoted at Victorian Drift car events and supporting Taz Douglas, a V8 Supercars Driver in the Dunlop Series.
We wish Josh the very best for his upcoming race!