Jul 19, 2001
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Billy Wiese, who tuned Roadracingworld.com's Chris Ulrich to two AMA podium finishes on a GSX-R750 so far this year--including Ulrich's recent 750cc Supersport win at Laguna Seca--has opened his own shop in the Northwest suburbs of Houston, Texas. Wiese also worked with Ulrich during his 1999 run to third in the AMA 250cc Grand Prix Series on a Yamaha TZ250. Wiese's shop, WRW Racing, provides all types of service and repair work for motorcycles and ATVs, including two-stroke engine building and machining. Parts and accessories can also be purchased at the shop, which is open 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturdays, as Wiese's race schedule allows. Wiese, a motorcycle mechanic since 1967, is also working toward making his shop a Traxxion Dynamics suspension service center.<BR><BR>WRW Racing is located at 13529 Skinner Rd. #B, Cypress, Texas, (281) 304-6767.<BR>