The 2019 Bennetts British Superbike Championship is starting to take shape, with 30 riders confirmed for the 2019 season aboard an array of machinery, including new models from Ducati and BMW. There has been a lot of rider changes up and down the grid with new teams and riders entering the series. There are still some experienced old hands in the 30 strong line-up, however, there are now a whole heap of up-and-coming young riders looking to make their mark in Britain’s premier class – but who will emerge as the 2019 Champion…
Glenn Irwin & Ben Currie (N) – JG Speedfit Kawasaki
Scott Redding (N) & Josh Brookes – Be Wiser PBM Ducati
Ryan Vickers (N) – RAF Regular & Reserves Kawasaki
Bradley Ray & Luke Stapleford (N) – Buildbase Suzuki
Christian Iddon & Keith Farmer – Tyco BMW
Peter Hickman & James Ellison – Smiths Racing BMW
Jason O’Halloran & Tarran Mackenzie – McAMS Yamaha
Andrew Irwin & Xavi Fores (N) – Honda Racing
Tommy Bridewell – Oxford Moto Rapido Ducati
Dan Linfoot & Shaun Winfield – Anvil Hire Yamaha
Luke Mossey & Josh Elliot – OMG Suzuki David
David Allingham (N) – EHA Yamaha
Danny Buchan – FS-3 Kawasaki
Fraser Rogers – Gearlink Kawasaki
Joe Francis – PR Racing Lloyd & Jones Bowker Motorrad BMW
Matt Truelove (N) – Raceways Yamaha
Dean Harrison – Silicone Engineering Racing Kawasaki
Dean Hipwell (N) – CDH Racing
Sam Coventry (N) – Team 64 Kawasaki
Claudio Corti (N) – Team WD-40 Kawasaki
Sylvain Barrier – Brixx Ducati
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