After challenging for honours in the 2020 Junior Supersport class, Australian rider Seth Crump joins the impressive Affinity Sports Academy team to compete in the Pirelli National Superstock 600 class.
Seth will team-up with Owen Jenner, Eugene McManus and Asher Durham, completing a four-rider assault on the title.
Following an impressive 2020, which saw him secure five podium finishes and finish second overall in the British Junior Supersport class, Seth will now be stepping up to the Superstock 600 class, riding a Ninja ZX-6R. Son of former speedway world champion Jason Crump, Seth will be able to benefit from the experience and knowledge of the Team Green-supported Affinity Sports Academy set-up.
Eager to nurture the stars of tomorrow, in addition to the Superstock 600 line up, the Affinity Sports Academy will also be running four riders in the 2021 British Junior Supersport class, with James McManus, Mikey Hardie, Joe Farragher and Kam Dixon all competing on the competitive Kawasaki Ninja 400.
“I’m really excited to be joining the Affinity Sports Academy team for 2021. Stepping up to the Superstock 600 class is going to be a learning curve, but I can’t wait to start riding and learning the Ninja ZX-6R. Being able to work with an experienced team will also be a big help, and I’m really looking forward to getting the season underway," said Crump.