WSB: Danny Webb stays with WRP Wepol Racing for 2021 World Supersport campaign
Danny Webb has re-signed with WRP Wepol Racing for the 2021 World Supersport season.
The Brit returned to the WorldSSP paddock with the Czech team last season and ended the year 11th overall. Webb scored points in all but two of the 15 races, clinching a best result of eighth at the Teruel and French Rounds for the team's maiden campaign.
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Webb initially competed in WorldSSP in 2013 when he took part in four races, securing a best result of 11th at Jerez. He's also previously competed in the 125cc world championship and Moto3. Webb will once again ride the highly successful Yamaha YZF-R6 machine.
"I'm really happy to be staying with the team in 2021," Webb commented on Twitter. "I'm looking forward to having a successful season and looking forward to having a young teammate!"
WRP Wepol Racing has also confirmed its entry in the Supersport 300 class. Petr Svoboda remains with the team after making four appearances in last season, securing a best result of 17th at the season-ending Estoril Round. The 18-year-old is looking to build upon the experience he gained in 2020.
As things stand, the opening round of the WorldSSP300 season will take place at Assen on April 23-25.