For the third consecutive year Ryan Vickers will race in BSB with Lee Hardy Racing, a team also present in Stock 1000 with Lewis Rollo.
Lee Hardy Racing, a team that has been successfully involved in British Superbike for several seasons, has renewed its trust with the young Ryan Vickers for the 2021 season. The agreement between the parties, reached several weeks ago, found today the official status. It will allow the young 2018 champion of the British Superstock 600 to continue his commitment in the BSB with a Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10RR.
Lee Hardy‘s bet undertaken in 2019 to replace Jake Dixon, Ryan Vickers lived a first two years in the BSB with ups and downs. Some sprints, but so far he has always missed the final assault on the podium area. A milestone to be achieved in 2021, where among other things it will have the new ZX-10RR. “I am really excited to be racing with the same team for the third consecutive year,” admitted Ryan Vickers. “I really enjoy working with the team and will be involved in the development of the new Kawasaki ZX-10RR this year. Together we have achieved excellent results, last year a fifth place which represents my best result, so the goal for 2021 will be to continue making progress in Superbike.”
Lee Hardy Racing will also be present in the British Superstock 1000 by entrusting a Kawasaki to Lewis Rollo. Third place last year with an Aprilia, the young Scottish rider will aim for the title in view of a move to Superbike for 2022.