Royston rider Mossey makes move ahead of new British Superbikes season

PUBLISHED: 16:44 25 January 2017 | UPDATED: 16:44 25 January 2017

Royston's Luke Mossey in the British Superbikes Championship at Brands Hatch. Picture: Mark Long

Royston's Luke Mossey in the British Superbikes Championship at Brands Hatch. Picture: Mark Long


Luke Mossey will enter his third season in the MCE British Superbike Championship as part of the Kawasaki JG Speedfit team.

The Royston rider had previously been representing Quattro Plant Kawasaki but Speedfit have taken over as the official Kawasaki factory team for 2017.

Mossey, who qualified for last season’s Showdown stage of the campaign before finishing sixth in the standings, will partner the 2016 championship runner-up Leon Haslam this year.

The 24-year-old collected four podiums during last season including a career-best second place at Oulton Park.

Mossey will head to Jerez with his new team on January 19 for testing before the new season begins at Donington Park on April 1.

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