Irish-based TAS Racing have finalised their racing plans for 2008.
Kiwi Bruce Anstey will again contest the roads races for the alongside new signing Aussie Cameron Donald who will contest the national superstock series as well as the major road races.
Bruce Anstey said: “I’ve been very happy at TAS Racing and I’m looking forward to continuing our relationship in 2008. The plan is to prepare for the three international road races next season with some warm-up events possibly in the British championship in the spring.
“I’ll be out to win as many races as possible as always, but I’d certainly like to add a Superbike TT to my CV in 2008.”
TAS have also announced that Adrian Archibald will continue his relationship with the team for the seventh consecutive season, albeit not in the official Relentless Suzuki team.
Adrian Archibald will return to the Irish national road racing arena in 2008 in an attempt to boost his chances of success at the three international races.
His Suzuki machinery will be built and supported by TAS Racing but run a totally separate livery for the 2008 campaign on his Suzukis with the title sponsor yet to be announced.
The Relentless-backed team already confirmed their short circuit racing plans for 2008 with British Supersport champion Michael Laverty switching to British Superbikes and Ian Lowry continuing in supersport on Relentless Suzukis.