BSB: Honda Racing UK reveal updated 2024 livery

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The updated Honda Racing UK livery for the upcoming 2024 Bennetts British Superbike Championship season has been unveiled.

The iconic red, blue and white design is largely unchanged from last season, however the team have made big changes over the winter, with reigning champion Tommy Bridewell joining from PBM Ducati.

Andrew Irwin remains for a second straight campaign, whilst Dean Harrison also joins the three-man BSB line-up. Harrison will also represent Honda on the roads this year as he looks to taste victory again at the Isle of Man TT.

Andrew Iriwn on the 2024 Honda Racing UK Fireblade

The three riders will have the brand-new Fireblade at their disposal this season, with the team desperate for a strong campaign after failing to finish on the podium last year. Irwin missed the majority of the campaign after fracturing his humerus at the Knockhill test.

Meanwhile, the factory Honda team will also be present in the Quattro Group British Supersport Championship following the launch of the updated CBR600 in Europe. Four-time champion Jack Kennedy will represent the team in Supersport.

“It has certainly been a busy winter this year, with the arrival of our new specification bikes and our expanded rider line-up, but I am certainly excited to kick off the season this weekend with the first official BSB test of the year,” Team Manager, Havier Beltran said.

Jack Kennedy with his 2024 Honda Racing UK CBR600

“The 2024 bikes look fantastic in the traditional factory HRC colours, and I cannot wait to see them in action at Donington Park. The team has worked exceptionally hard throughout the winter to prepare for the season ahead and we are thrilled to bring on board several new and exciting sponsors, who join our long list of trusted partners.

“Motorcycle racing is absolutely a collaborative effort, and revealing our livery represents the first milestone in what looks set to be a hugely exciting season.”

BSB riders have been unable to ride their superbikes during the off-season due to a testing ban which comes to an end this weekend at Donington Park (April 6-7). The two-day test is the only outing on British soil before the opening round in Navarra, Spain.

As it’s championship’s first visit to the circuit, there will be a three-day test (April 16-19) during the week leading into the race weekend. The circuit replaces Silverstone on the calendar.