Ireland’s Jack Kennedy has stated his intent to remain in the World Supersport Championship next season as he believes he can be a contender on the right machinery.
The former British Supersport title challenger, who currently races for CIA Honda, has stood on the podium this year and says he would like to remain with the Japanese manufacturer. Pata Honda have a slot in their operation with the promotion of Michael van der Mark to World Superbikes.
“I’m weighing up my options at the moment but nothing is decided yet. I’ve been with Honda for the past two seasons so it would be good to stay with the same manufacturer. I’ve always wanted to win the World Supersport Championship so I think the timing is right to stay in WSS as I’ve shown I can fight at the front and have the experience needed to make me a strong title contender next year,” said Kennedy.
“Things couldn’t be better, I’m really enjoying racing. We are on our game all the time as a team and the results have started to come. The podium at Portimao was a great reward for all our hard work and now that the podium duck is broken, we’re hungry for more.”