Lee Hardy Racing will continue their association with Royal Air Force for a tenth season during the 2021 Bennetts British Superbike campaign.
The ten-year collaboration between the Royal Air Force and Lee Hardy Racing within the Championship means the return of the team’s recognisable colours, as they set to debut the all-new 2021 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10RR in both the Superbike and Superstock classes this year.
Ryan Vickers will once again lead the team in his third season in British Superbikes, whilst Lewis Rollo will spearhead the team’s challenge in Pirelli National Superstock 1000.
The Kawasaki team led by Vickers also keeps its familiar name of RAF Regular & Reserve Recruitment, which has been the case for many years.
Speaking ahead of the new season, Team Owner Lee Hardy said: “It is fantastic that we can continue our partnership with the Royal Air Force into the 2021 season, which marks the tenth anniversary of the sponsorship of our British Superbike team.
“The Championship continues to offer a great platform to drive the RAF Regular and Reserve Recruitment programme and we are looking forward to the new season of racing. We aim to continue to promote the opportunities that a career in the RAF Regular & Reserve force offers and having the fans back will allow us to engage with the public.
“The Snetterton round is the home event for the RAF Kawasaki team and it will be an official Royal Air Force supported event.”
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