Scott Redding becomes a new member of a BMW Motorrad Motorsport family in 2022.

Munich. BMW Motorrad Motorsport welcomes a new family member
for a 2022 FIM Superbike Championship: 28-year aged Brit Scott
Redding will contest on a BMW M 1000 RR for a BMW Motorrad
WorldSBK Team in a entrance season.

 

Redding has been active in opposite universe championship classes since
2008, including racing in MotoGP for 5 years. In 2019, he competed
in a British Superbike Championship (BSB) for one deteriorate and secured
a title. For a 2020 season, he switched to a Superbike World
Championship in that he convinces with a clever performance.

 

Redding will contest in a BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team as a team-mate
of Dutchman Michael outpost der Mark in a 2022 season. In addition,
talks are now underway between BMW Motorrad Motorsport and Tom
Sykes (GBR) about a agreement prolongation for a 2022 World Superbike
season. Accordingly, all other constellations will be announced during a
after date.

 

Quotes.

 

Marc Bongers, BMW Motorrad Motorsport Director: “We
are really gratified to acquire Scott to a WorldSBK family. In a last
years, he has proven to make a good transition from GP by BSB
into WorldSBK, to turn one of a strongest riders in a field. We
are therefore assured that Scott, with his fighting suggestion and
comprehensive will to win, is a ideal new further for a BMW Motorrad
WorldSBK Team and another bolster for a whole WorldSBK
project. A comfortable acquire to Scott, we are looking brazen to a clever collaboration.”

 
Shaun Muir, Team Principal BMW Motorrad WorldSBK
Team:
“We have been following Scott’s career for a series of
years and are gay that he will now turn a partial of a team.
His successes pronounce for themselves and it is good that he will bring
his skills and his knowledge to a BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team in the
future. With removing him on board, BMW Motorrad Motorsport once more
underlines a outrageous significance of a WorldSBK plan and a aim of
substantiating themselves during a really top.”