Tom Neave has received an extended stay in the British Superbike Championship after agreeing a deal to join GR Motosport under the STAUFF Fluid Power Superbike banner for 2024.
The 2021 National Superstock Champion spent two seasons in BSB competing with the factory Honda Racing UK squad as part of its junior development programme.
However, after parting ways with the Louth-based team at the end of the 2023 BSB season, Neave will instead switch to Kawasaki machinery to join Storm Stacey in the GR Motosport set-up, albeit under the STAUFF Fluid Power Superbike banner the team has competed under in Superstock for more than a decade.
“I’m delighted to be joining GR Motosport to race the STAUFF Fluid Power Kawasaki ZX-10RR Superbike this year.
“Brent approached me with the opportunity at the end of last year, and I grabbed it with both hands. It marks a new chapter in my racing career where a change of team and manufacturer really excites me and I feel this new found motivation is just what I need to make the next step in my Superbike career.
“The team have really welcomed me into their family where the atmosphere is great. Storm and I had a great few days riding the STAUFF Superstock bike at Portimao and the speed was there for me straight away.
“I’m now really looking forward to swinging my leg over my STAUFF Fluid Power Superbike to get the season started.”