Australian Ben Currie will move back into the Dickies British Supersport series next year to join James Westmoreland at Gearlink Kawasaki.
The twenty four year old took runner up spot in 2018 and will focusing on the title in 2020, as he returns to the team and class with more experience from a valuable maiden campaign in the Superbike class with Quattro Kawasaki team this season.
“I’m extremely excited to be partnering with Gearlink and Kawasaki again. In 2018 we came so close to winning the Supersport championship so next season I want to achieve what we are here for and hopefully get the first Championship title for the team and myself,” said Currie.
Westmoreland couldn’t be more pleased with the opportunity to represent Kawasaki and Team Green again after taking a brace of podium finishes towards the end of 2019.
“I am really happy to be staying with Gearlink for the 2020 British Supersport Championship. Since returning to the team I’ve had a great feeling and I look forward to building on what we have achieved in the last four rounds,” he said.
“I first rode for Gearlink in 2015 and this will be my fifth year with the team. I definitely feel at home here and enjoy the environment. Next season is very important, we have a great chance to fight for the championship.
“Having a talented teammate alongside me will be fantastic as we push each other to be stronger. I have to say a big thank you to Michael De Bidaph and everyone at Gearlink Kawasaki for the continued belief and I look forward to getting started.”