Essex rider Mason Law will make a return to action at this weekend’s Brands Bennetts British Superbike clash after signing for the Quattro Team ABM Dickies British Supersport GP2 team.
The 23-year-old enjoyed National Superstock 600 Championship success back in 2015 and followed it up with race wins in British Supersport and 1000cc Superstock in the following two seasons before moving into the blue riband class.
“It’s great to be back on a bike and I get to go racing again. It’s been 234 days – not that I’ve been counting or anything. My first time out on the Quattro backed ABM GP2 machine was on Thursday past at Brands Hatch Indy,” said Law.
“It’s a real interesting project to be involved with. So it was nice to get the phone call, and to be given the opportunity to take part and get stuck in with the boys on this new project.”
It’s a new challenge for Law, never having ridden a hybrid GP2 chassis before, and even more interesting, in that, he has only ever ridden on the tarmac for one manufacturer.
“Not many people will know this, but the test on the bike last week was my first taste of a different manufacturer other than Kawasaki, as I have ridden and raced Kawasaki my whole career – so it was nice to get on something different.
“We will treat the three days as an extended test, as I’ve only had one outing on the bike. This will give me more track time and also more time to gel with the team and vice-versa.”