Luke Mossey remains with OMG Racing for 2020

Luke Mossey remains with OMG Racing for 2020 BSB season

 

OMG Racing have today confirmed that Luke Mossey will continue to ride for the team in the 2020 Bennetts British Superbike Championship.

Mossey has been a regular point-scorer throughout the 2019 season, making it through to the final round of qualifying on multiple occasions and currently sits 11th in the Championship, despite breaking his leg during an official test at Cadwell Park last month.

“I’m really happy to announce that I will be staying with OMG Racing for the 2020 season. I believe we’ve had a good year on the Suzuki GSX-R1000R, which has been a difficult bike this year at times. I’ve got fantastic people around me in the team and I’ve built a great relationship up this year with the guys so I’m really looking forward to seeing what next season brings.” said Mossey.

“Obviously, we started the season out so well at Silverstone and showed that we have the ability to push on for bigger and better things. Next season we can hopefully have results like those more often and really repay the team for all the hard work they put in. OMG have such a unique team atmosphere and the close link with the fans is something I’ve really enjoyed.

“Thanks to the team and to all my sponsors for the support this year, now the aim is to push for a couple more good results and to start 2020 in the right way!”

The first round of the 2019 Bennetts British Superbike Championship Showdown takes place at Assen on September 20/21/22. For more information and to book visit www.bsbassen.com 

 

Luke Mossey remains with OMG Racing for 2020 BSB season
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