BSB: Moto Rapido Racing announce extended two year title partnership with Oxford Products
The Moto Rapido Ducati team has confirmed that they've extended their title sponsorship deal with Oxford Products for another two years.
The 2021 British Superbike season will mark the third consecutive season for the collaboration, which began at the beginning of 2019. During that time the team has enjoyed plenty of success in BSB with rider Tommy Bridewell.
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2019 was a standout year for the Oxford Products Racing Ducati team, with Bridewell finishing third overall behind the PBM Ducati duo of Scott Redding and Josh Brookes. Bridewell won at Oulton Park that year and secured a further 17 podiums throughout the season.
This year was, in comparison, a tough campaign for the team but Bridewell still secured victory at Donington Park and took three further podiums.
“This is massive for us and the best thing to come from 2020," team owner Steve Moore said. "Times are uncertain and securing high quality sponsors who understand the commercial and sporting side of BSB is harder than ever, so I’m absolutely delighted to continue with our leading sponsor not only for next year, but also into the 2022 season, which shows their dedication and commitment to our team.
“The Oxford partnership has been a great success from the start, so to continue this relationship for another two years together is ideal. Oxford Products is a perfect fit with our team and I’m very pleased and proud to work with them to continue their racing history.”
The Oxford Products company has been involved in motorcycle racing since the 1970s and they've previously worked with the likes of Robert Dunlop, Steve Hislop, Jim Moodie, Jeremy McWilliams and most notably Trevor Nation.
“Oxford is delighted to continue with Moto Rapido in BSB for another two years, cementing their place at the sharp end of the BSB paddock," Oxford Products’ managing director, Andrew Hammond added.
"To have an Oxford Products Racing team in the world’s best domestic motorcycle racing championship is a thrill that we never grow tired of!”
The team is yet to reveal its 2021 BSB rider line-up, however an announcement is expected in the coming weeks.