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Centurion Honda have confirmed Dennis Hobbs and Dan Cooper are their riders of choice for the 2009 British Supersport season after James Westmoreland defected to the NCT Yamaha squad.
Following a decision taken back in April, Centurion will run two riders in the British Supersport Championship in '09, with a view to blazing a trail to the World Supersport Championship in 2010.
Hobbs, who has now fully recovered from serious shoulder injuries sustained at round two of the '08 series at Thruxton, where a crash whilst lying in third place put a dramatic end to his season's hopes, he is back fighting and to full fitness and is eager to return to racing in 2009.

Cooper, the former British 125 Champion and in only his second season on a 600cc bike and despite a season of bike setbacks and injurie,s began to show his true potential by qualifying on the second row at Silverstone and an outstanding front row at Brands Hatch. 
Team boss Paul Rees said:  "We're delighted with our '09 line up.  We have built a strong relationship with these two riders over the last season both personally and professionally, and they have shown 100% team spirit throughout both on and off track.  Despite serious injuries, Dennis has been around the paddock flying the Centurion flag and supporting the rest of the team from the wings.  He is a serious contender for the Championship in '09.
"Although Daniel suffered one set-back after another beyond his control this year, he did so without complaint and came back hard and fast and showed us what he's truly made of towards the end of the season.  We were delighted that he found his form in the last two races. We have high expectations of Dan finishing on the podium next year." 

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