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INCompetition SENCAT adds Josh Owens to Superstock line-up, Freddie Barnes in Supersport

INCompetition SENCAT has confirmed it will continue in the National Superstock Championship this season alongside its commitments in the British Superbike Championship (BSB).

INCompetition SENCAT will make the step up to BSB using the new Pathway regulations this season for Lewis Rollo, becoming the first team to run the Aprilia RSV4 in the series since Splitlath Racing in 2012.

However, it will also continue in SSTK too with an entry for Josh Owens, who switches to the series after two seasons in BSB with Rapid CDH Racing and Hawk Racing.


“I’m super excited to join Ian and the team for 2024,” said Owens. “After a really tough 2023 with injuries and many other things, I’m looking forward to trying to bring some enjoyment back into racing!

“The plan is to take it steady and just see how I feel at the first few rounds after my last injury, I’m feeling stronger than I was expecting during testing so I can’t wait to get some more laps out in Spain.

“I’d like to thank Ian and Myra for letting me join on board their team. A huge thank you to all my personal sponsors for getting me here!”

In addition, the team will run a third entry in the British Supersport Championship for 17-year old Freddie Barnes on a Yamaha R6.

I am a strong believer in no risk no reward. This is the attitude I will be taking into the 2024 season. I’m looking forward to another season in Supersport and well aware the competition is tough; I am ready for the challenge and to continue improving and securing some strong results.”

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