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Dynavolt Triumph returns to WorldSSP with Soomer for 2022

Dynavolt Triumph will return to the World Supersport for 2022 with Hannes Soomer.

Soomer, who claimed the European Supersport Championship in 2017, will join the British-based Dynavolt Triumph team as they make their return to the world stage following the overhaul of the FIM Supersport regulations using the Balance of Performance system.

The 23-year-old Estonian has been a feature of the WorldSBK paddock since 2013, having progressed through the European Junior Cup before joining the Supersport class. Soomer secured the European SSP title on his first attempt before switching to the full championship from 2018. His fifth full season in the World Supersport class sees him join the UK based official factory Triumph team.


“I am very happy to join the Dynavolt Triumph team for the 2022 season,” Soomer confirmed. “I truly believe in the bike’s potential and the team’s experience and am sure we can find a good way to work quickly.

“This year will present some new challenges with the new regulations which makes it very unpredictable and interesting. I can only say we will give it our all and I can’t wait to start testing and really working for the season ahead.”

“We are really pleased to announce that we have come to an agreement with Hannes Soomer for our official Dynavolt Triumph team,” Dynavolt Triumph Team Manager Simon Buckmaster added.

“To be honest I’ve been watching Hannes’ progress in recent years and have spoken to him the last couple of seasons about the possibility of signing for our team so I’m pleased that for this year we’ve been able to make an agreement together.

“Hannes has already had podiums in 2020. Last year he broke his leg early in the season and came back impressively from that. I believe the potential is there, he has the experience and he believes in our team and the Triumph project.

“We are excited to get started with testing and looking forward to the early part of the championship. Our aim has to be to challenge towards the front and ultimately for the podiums and the title. I think he is going to surprise a few people - not everybody because there are a few of us who realise his talent - but he is going to be a surprise. I’m really looking forward to it.”

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