Tyco Security Products will be a primary team partner with the Crescent Suzuki World Superbike team in 2015.

The company has had a strong presence in the MCE British Superbike Championship and international road races in recent seasons with Northern Ireland team TAS Racing and will now step onto the world stage in 2015 in addition to providing title backing to Philip and Hector Neill's Tyco BMW team this year.

The blue and white colours of the Tyco brand fit seamlessly with the new Crescent Suzuki livery, which is due to be launched shortly before the first round of the 2015 season at Australia's Phillip Island on February 22.

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Alex Lowes and Randy de Puniet are currently in action at the Autodromo Internacional do Algarve in Portugal for the first of the team's two pre-season tests ahead of the opening round.

Team manager Paul Denning said: "Having been so closely associated with Suzuki in the UK for many years, it is a pleasure for Crescent Suzuki to continue this partnership with Tyco in the World Superbike Championship. Tyco is a dynamic, progressive company and has demonstrated a strong commitment to motorcycle racing, via which it engages with its customers and staff within this exciting environment.

"We hope to be able to continue this positive engagement on a global basis, and look forward to an enjoyable and successful partnership with everybody at Tyco Security Products."

Phil Dashey, Vice President and General Manager of Tyco Security Products EMEA, added: "As the world's largest pure-play fire and security company, the extension of Tyco into the World Superbike Championship perfectly supports our worldwide business with events scheduled in many of the locations where Tyco operates.

"British Superbikes continues to be hugely successful for us as well as extremely popular with fans, customers and staff alike and this additional partnership extends the strong link Tyco has forged with motorsport, allowing us to take the experience and excitement to an even bigger audience."