As a wildcard, Wagner was 13th in the 2015 WorldSSP race at Phillip Island, one spot ahead of countryman Glenn Scott ‰ÛÓ who will also return to the production-based series in 2016.
Scott, 24, has signed with Team Lorini Italia Honda and will ride a CBR600RR in the championship.
‰ÛÏI am very excited to sign with Team Lorini as it's an extremely professional outfit and are a very hard working team," said Scott, from the Central Coast of NSW. "I have a very good feeling about my year ahead and this is a really positive step forward in my career.
"Lorini Honda has been racing and competing on the world stage for many years. The team has a wealth of knowledge in the WorldSSP class and I feel that this will be a massive boost for my 2016 campaign.
"I will be lucky enough to have a teammate this season, which I think will be a great advantage as I have never had one in the past, this will help with the development of the bike and my riding throughout the season."
Teenage rookie Lachlan Epis (Kawasaki ZX-6R) will be the third Australian on the WorldSSP grid in 2016 in a locally funded campaign, while former GP rider Anthony West will also compete at Philip Island as a wildcard on a Yamaha YZF-R6.
for tickets to Australia‰Ûªs 2016 FIM Motul Superbike World Championship, Yamaha Finance round at the Phillip Island Grand Prix circuit from February 26-28
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