BSB: Luke Mossey Signs One-Year-Deal With TAG Racing Honda For The 2022 Bennetts British Superbike Season.

Published on October 15, 2021
By Dawn Hammersley

Luke Mossey To Return To The Superbike Championship for the 2022 Season.

29-year-old Royston-based former British Superbike rider Luke Mossey will make his return to the Superbike Class this weekend riding for the TAG Honda Racing Team. Luke has signed a one-year-deal with the Honda team for their 2022 season campaign.

Luke who is a two-time Superbike race winner has been competing in the Pirelli National Superstock Championship, he has claimed three race victories and a further four podiums during his 2021 season. It was Luke’s intention to return to the Superbike Class for 2022, Luke is said to be delighted to be given the opportunity to ride the CBR1000RR-R for the TAG Honda racing Team.

Luke Mossey – TAG Racing Honda

“I’m absolutely delighted to be back in the Superbike class next year with TAG Racing Honda, they’re a fantastic team and certainly have the same vision as I do for 2022.
“From my first conversations with Gary and Rob they impressed me with their passion for the project, and how much effort goes in behind the scenes. I’ve recently sat on the bike to confirm my riding position and straight away it felt like a pure race bike, and that excites me. With a good amount of seat time this weekend and during pre-season I’m sure we’ll be where we should be, up at the front and challenging for the top five each weekend.
“I’m heading into this weekend with a calm head, it’s going to be a busy one contesting in both the Superbike and Superstock classes, but I’m always up for a challenge. It’s important I don’t get carried away with myself, I need to get an understanding of how the bike feels and make steady progress as we go through the weekend.
“I’m excited for the challenge that this weekend and 2022 will bring, I know that I am a front runner in BSB and I’m fully confident we have the right package to prove that me and the team can do it.”

Gary Winfield – Team Manager

“It’s exciting to announce our plans for the 2022 season so early, we have a clear vision of where we want to go with the project and Luke is aligned with those visions. First of all, I want to thank Dan Linfoot for all his hard work over the three years he’s been with us, he’s been a model professional throughout all the good and bad times and we wish him the best of luck for the future.
“With Luke we feel we have a rider who is hard working and will provide vital and key feedback to keep us developing the Fireblade. He will have the race weekend at Brands Hatch to make him comfortable and find his feet, we aren’t putting any pressure on his shoulders this weekend, but we know the racer in him will certainly come out.
“We have ambitions to be back up the sharp end of the Championship and Luke certainly wants that, so together we have a passion to succeed and with the continued support from Honda Racing UK we feel we have a fantastic package to do just that.
“With Shaun returning for a third season in the Pirelli National Superstock Championship we expect him to be challenging each weekend, he’s had a tough year in 2021 with arm pump and developing a new bike, but with that now behind him we feel he’ll back to where he should be. It’s shaping up to be an exciting year for TAG Racing in 2022.”

Featured Image: Bennetts British SuperBikes.


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