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2019 opens with an opportunity as enthralling as ever for the British Superbike field. With last season’s gold and silver medalists fleeing the national scene, it leaves space for more new and exciting talent to come through and challenge for the title. So who will be waiting for the red lights to go out this year?


#2 Glenn Irwin JG Speedfit Kawasaki

#4 Dan Linfoot Anvil Hire TAG Yamaha

#5 Dean Harrison Silicone Engineering Racing Kawasaki

#6 Xavi Forés Honda Racing

#7 Ryan Vickers RAF Regular and Reserve Kawasaki 

#8 Shaun Winfield Anvil Hire TAG Yamaha

#10 Josh Elliot OMG Racing Suzuki

#11 James Ellison Smiths Racing BMW

#12 Luke Mossey OMG Racing Suzuki

#18 Andrew Irwin Honda Racing

#20 Sylvain Barrier Brixx Ducati

#21 Christian Iddon Tyco BMW

#22 Jason O’Halloran McAms Yamaha

#23 David Allingham EHA Yamaha

#25 Josh Brookes Be Wiser Ducati

#28 Bradley Ray Buildbase Suzuki

#33 Keith Farmer Tyco BMW

#42 Joe Francis PR Racing Lloyd & Jones Bowker Motorrad BMW

#45 Scott Redding Be Wiser Ducati

#46 Tommy Bridewell Oxford Racing Ducati

#59 Matt Truelove Raceways Yamaha 

#60 Peter Hickman Smiths Racing BMW

#61 Ben Currie JG Speedfit Kawasaki

#71 Claudio Corti WD-40 Kawasaki

#74 Dean Hipwell CDH Racing

#81 Luke Stapleford Buildbase Suzuki

#83 Danny Buchan FS-3 Kawasaki

#89 Fraser Rogers Gearlink Kawasaki 

#90 Sam Coventry Team 64 Kawasaki 

#95 Tarran Mackenzie McAms Yamaha


Scott Redding returns to race on home soil after an impressive 11 seasons over all three classes in MotoGP. After a disappointing final “hurrah” for the Brit last year, he’s hungry for success in his motherland and a favourite for the title. Another man who is gracing the BSB fans this year with his talent is Xavi Forés. He comes from the World Superbike stage and will be determined to get some race wins under his belt at least. However, we can’t forget the people who lead the charge at some point last season- Bradley Ray, Glenn Irwin, Peter Hickman, Tarran Mackenzie and the list goes on. As riders and their teams prepare for potentially one of the most competitive seasons of BSB, we can’t predict who will be standing with the Championship trophy at the final round- we wouldn’t want it any other way. The first race starts on Sunday 21st April.