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Nineteen-year-old Tommy Bridewell will make a welcome return to the British  Superbike paddock this weekend at Cadwell, as a replacement rider for Dennis Hobbs in the Centurion Honda squad.

Bridewell, who won the Castle Combe Grand National last weekend, will turn out for the Supersport 600 race in special CJ Riders' Fund colours and use Chris Jones' number nine.

The team's other riders  James 'Westy' Westmoreland and Dan 'Ferret' Cooper and the CJRF no. 9 bike will also carry the tribute numbers of 18 for Craig Jones, 26 for Ashley Martin, 42 for Guy Sanders and 46 for Tommy's brother Ollie Bridewell.


Team boss Paul Rees said: ""After some consideration on how best to honour and acknowledge the riders we thought this would be a fitting tribute. Cadwell Park , apart from the awesome racing, is also now remembered for the CJRF Charity Cycle Race the evening before the race day.

"A lot of fun is had by the riders and at least they have the opportunity to try to relax and enjoy the atmosphere this bike race produces, along with the crowd's participation which always makes this event a memorable one. We are hoping this will raise the profile even further for the CJRF in its continuing hard work raising money for all riders' safety now and in the future.

"Our own riders have had to use the mobile X-Ray machine purchased by the CJRF fund and it has already proven its worth on many occasions this season already."

Bridewell added: "After testing the bike during practice at Castle Combe at the weekend, it is an absolute rocket and certainly the best Supersport machine I've ridden so I can't wait to get out on the track at Cadwell.

"I've not had the best of seasons abroad and my leg injury hasn't helped, but I'm hoping to go out and put on a great show. I've got to say a big thanks to Paul Rees, Gary Stubbington and the Centurion Team for making this happen and I'm determined not to let anyone down."

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