Perrin to lead three-rider Ready4Racing Kawasaki roster
BSB Staff |
Jamie Perrin returns to British Supersport to lead a three-rider Ready4Racing Vision Kawasaki team for 2022.
Created by Gino Rea and Elliott Mumford of Vision in 2019 to help encourage young riders to achieve their dreams of becoming top-level road racers, the Ready4Racing Vision Kawasaki team is growing to triple their support for the coming season .
For 2022, R4R Vision will run three riders in the British Superbike support classes as Dan Brooks and Chris Johnson will race the Junior Superstock 600 alongside Perrin’s BSS assault, with support from ‘Team Green’ for the trio throughout. throughout the season.
After contesting the British GP2 Cup in 2021, finishing in seventh place and securing five podiums, Perrin will return to the main Supersport class aboard a Ninja ZX-6R 636.
Brooks is focusing his attention for another year on the stock 600 machine, having progressed well throughout 2021 to finish 16th overall in the class despite his last minute replacement status, while Johnson leaves Junior Supersport to race at its ratings.
“I am delighted to join the R4R Vision team for 2022, they have given me the opportunity to return to the Supersport category where I have achieved all my best results in the past,” confirmed Perrin. “Using the Kawasaki ZX-6R and the team’s knowledge of the bike by running it in stock, there’s no reason we can’t fight for podium finishes every weekend. can’t wait for the season to start.”
“I’m really excited to continue the journey with the R4R Vision team in 2022,” said Brooks. “Working with Gino has been great for me, learning from his experience has helped me move forward. After a tough 2021, I know what I need to focus on, so I’m grateful for the opportunity. to have the consistency to stay with the team and get me closer to our goal. Thank you Elliott, Dan and Gino for keeping me on board and having the same vision for the future.
“Words alone cannot express how excited I am for this opportunity with the R4R Vision team,” added Johnson. “Having witnessed the success of the team over the previous years, I am confident that they will provide me with a competitive package where we can focus on constant progression. Currently I am looking forward to testing with Gino and the team. team in Spain, where I can get more comfortable and improve my ride on the new bike. The best way to thank Elliott, Daniel and Gino is with a strong performance, and that’s what I’ve got. intention to do.
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