Walter Wolf is a Canadian oil-drilling equipment supplier who made a fortune from the North Sea oil business in the early 1970s and decided to join the world of Formula One. In Canada, Wolf became a renowned businessman. At first his funds helped prop up Frank Williams’ fledgling F1 team before Williams left in 1977 to form Williams Grand Prix Engineering (later the Williams F1) team. Wolf’s team continued as Walter Wolf Racing and before being wound up in 1979 they managed to win three F1 Grands Prix. Walter Wolf was inducted into the Canadian Motorsport Hall of Fame in 1998. His motorsports
sponsorship was global including tobacco sponsorship for his brand Walter Wolf cigarettes. He sponsored motorcycle teams in Canada and the factory Suzuki team, which used RG500S, thus the link to the official Factory Suzuki team in Japan and legendary Japanese rider Masaru Mizutani (pictured).
Sexy All-japan RG.