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Max Cook confident he can race at ‘sharp end’ with FS-3 Kawasaki in 2024 BSB

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Max Cook, FS-3 Racing, Kawasaki ZX-10RR, 2023 BSB, Snetterton, action [credit - Tim Keeton/Impact Images]

Max Cook says he wants to repay the faith shown in him by Cheshire Mouldings FS-3 Racing and Kawasaki by competing at the sharp end of the British Superbike Championship field next season.

The 20-year old gets a second season in BSB with the official Kawasaki UK-backed team in 2024 in a new deal that will see him joined by the ultra-experienced Jason O’Halloran.

Considered one of the UK’s brightest rising talents, Cook made a substantial step up the motorcycle racing hierarchy upon graduating to BSB from the National Junior Superstock Championship after winning the title.


- 2023 BSB Championship Standings -

Despite the jump in both size and power, Cook has shown encouraging progress over the course of the season, culminating in his strongest weekend of the year at Thruxton, which yielded a pair of fourth place finishes and his first time leading a BSB race.

“I’m so happy to be staying with the team for 2024. This year has been a huge learning curve for me, but I think I’ve adapted well, and things have really come together over the past few rounds. 

“I’m confident that I will be up at the sharp end next year and being alongside Jason is a great incentive. I think I’ve shocked some people this year, including myself, as to how quickly I’ve learnt to ride a superbike. 

“I can’t thank Nigel [Snook] enough for always having faith in me and I’m already looking forward to next year.”

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