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FS-3 Kawasaki pay tribute to Lee Jackson ahead of BSB split 

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Lee Jackson, FS-3 Racing, Kawasaki ZX-10RR, 2023 BSB, Donington Park, action [credit - Tim Keeton Impact Images]

FS-3 Kawasaki team manager Nigel Snook has praised the efforts of Lee Jackson as the two parties prepare to go their separate ways at the end of the 2023 British Superbike Championship season.

The official Kawasaki UK backed team announced earlier this week that it will head into the 2024 BSB season with a revised rider line-up, with Jason O’Halloran arriving from McAMS Yamaha to replace Jackson and be paired with Max Cook.


- 2023 BSB Championship Standings -

It means Jackson’s long-held relationship with FS-3 Racing will conclude at the end of the season after six seasons working together in both SSTK 1000 and BSB.

Peaking in 2022 with Jackson’s run to fifth overall and two race victories, Snook wished him all the best for the future.

‘’Of course, while we are looking forward to Jason joining us, it does mean that sadly we are parting company with Lee Jackson. 

“Lee has been part of the FS-3 family for six years, and we have shared many high points together, from Superstock podiums and wins through to his first BSB wins at Oulton Park last year. 

“We wish Lee all the best for 2024 and beyond and will be giving him our full support until the final chequered flag falls at Brands Hatch in October.”

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