The CDH Racing Kawasaki team are delighted to announce a continued title partnership with Rapid Training for a second consecutive season into the 2022 Bennetts British Superbike Championship.
Rapid Training are based in Harrogate and deliver advance road rider training across the UK, and joined forces with Dean Hipwell’s team for the first time this year, fielding a single rider Superbike team with Josh Owens.
Owens unfortunately was forced to miss some rounds through an injury sustained at Knockhill, but scored the team’s best result of the season at Donington Park last weekend with a 14th place finish. Now the team are looking to expand to a two-strong rider line-up for next season.
Team Owner Dean Hipwell said: “After such a promising start to the 2021 campaign it was a shame that Josh got injured at Knockhill, missing a chunk of the 2021 season. We are extremely grateful to our sponsors for their continued support this year.
“It’s great to announce the extension of our partnership with RAPID Training into the 2022 season, their support is critical to our team and we are delighted to have them on board again. We are looking at options to expand to a two rider Superbike team for next season and the backing of RAPID Training is the first part of the jigsaw for this to fall into place.”
Brian Glover-Smith, RAPID Managing Director, commented: ‘It’s been a challenging season for RAPID CDH Racing with Josh’s injury preventing him from showing his true potential. However, with a strong team and continuity we feel that we can strive to achieve more together and everyone at RAPID Training are very much looking forward to 2022.”