BSB: Six Rookies all Looking to make an Impact on the 2023 Bennetts British Superbike Championship.

Published on February 10, 2023
By Dawn Hammersley

Six All-New Riders Have Made The Step-Up to The British Superbike Class.

For the 2023 Bennetts British Superbike season six all-new rookies have made the step-up to the premiere class. The first season for a rookie is always a learning curve but with the determination to make an impact on the championship and to get in the mix with the established superbike riders.

Cheshire Mouldings FS-3 Kawasaki have Max Cook as their all-new rider for the 2023 season. Swindon rider Max is making the step-up to the superbike class from the Pirelli National Junior Superstock championship; having won the championship title in 2022. Max started winning championships from an early age, winning the British Superteen Championship back in 2015. Max is looking forward to showing people just what he can do in the superbike class and is thrilled to have Lee Jackson as new team-mate.

Max Cook

Cleveland rider Davey Todd will competing in the Superbike class with Milenco by Padgetts Motorcycles Honda. Davey is making the step-up after winning the 2022 Pirelli National Superstock Championship. The team and Davey have celebrated success with their superbike machinery on the roads; winning the Southern 100 and Armoy road races. Davey got to experience the Superbike class for the final round of the 2022 season and is excited to get going for his 2023 season campaign.

Davey Todd

Bradley Perie has signed for Lee Hardy Racing for the 2023 season. Bradley makes the step-up from the Quattro Group British Supersport Championship. Kendal rider Perie finished second in the British Supersport Championship after a thrilling season battling with Jack Kennedy. Bradley is grateful and excited to be making his debut in the Superbike class and is fully focused on working on his fitness to prepare for the challenges the larger capacity machine brings.

Bradley Perie

Lincolnshire rider Tim Neave makes the step-up with his team McAMS Yamaha after competing in the Pirelli National Superstock Championship in 2022 for the team. Tim has three victories under his belt whilst riding for McAMS, Tim knows the Superbike class is one of the toughest to compete in but he is going to give it his everything to make sure the opportunity isn’t wasted on him. The R1 Stock bike suited Tom’s style of riding, which he believes will help him adjust to the R1 Yamaha Superbike.

Tim Neave

Jack Scott is the current GP2 champion, Luton rider Scott has joined Rapid CDH Racing Kawasaki for his rookie season in the Superbike class. Jack won 14 races with a further podium finish to take the GP2 championship crown. Having the opportunity to step-up to the Superbike class is a dream come true for Jack and he can’t wait to go testing. This will be his eighth year in the British Superbike paddock.

Jack Scott

Charlie Nesbitt will ride for Hawk Racing for his rookie season in the Superbike class. Charlie made his first appearance in the BSB paddock back in 2014, riding in the British Motul Motostar Championship. The Swindon rider went on to win the Motostar Championship in 2016, he then moved to the CEV Moto 3 Championship. Charlie returned to the British Superbike paddock in 2019, he then went on to win another championship in 2021; winning the GP2 Championship. The 21-year-old steps up from the Pirelli National Superstock Championship to make is full debut in the Superbike class.

Charlie Nesbitt

Featured Images: Olithephoto.


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