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Lee Hardy Racing switches to Kawasaki for BSB 2017

Jake Dixon and the Lee Hardy Racing team have switched to Kawasaki power for the 2017 MCE British Superbike season and will unveil their new livery at the Donington Park test in a couple of weeks.

Dixon will be staying with the team and will be joined 2016 Pirelli National Superstock 600 champion Jordan Weaving who steps up to Superstock 1000 on the Briggs Equipment Kawasaki.

The youngster scored top ten finishes in his rookie season before injury ended his season prematurely, he’s now gearing up for the team’s opening test in Spain next week alongside Weaving who makes his debut at the test.


“It has been a very busy winter for the team; the switch to Kawasaki came about at the last round of the 2016 season so there has been a lot of hard work behind the scenes.  The opportunity to partner Kawasaki was too good to pass up and we are very excited for the forthcoming season and this new partnership with Kawasaki. Everyone involved in the team knows this is an exciting opportunity and can’t wait to get to work fully on the bikes at the opening test next week in Spain,” said Hardy.

“I have structured our testing programme slightly different to last year and we will begin at the Cartagena test followed by two days at Calafat and then the official MCE BSB test at Donington Park. The official team launch will be the eve of the official test where we will unveil the team’s partners and 2017 livery.”

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