WorldSSP300 runner up Tom Booth-Amos will contest the FIM Supersport World Championship on a Kawasaki for 2022.
After two strong seasons in the lightweight class, which amassed three victories and 13 podiums on his way to second in the championship for 2021 - despite a mid-season accident which forced him to miss one round - Booth-Amos steps up to WorldSSP for 2022.
The British rider joins the Prodina Team for both his and the squad’s debut season in the 600 class, with the team also expanding their involvement in the CIV in Italy as they step up to the national Superbike championship, all on Kawasaki machinery.
“I am so happy to join the Prodina Team for 2022," Booth-Amos said on the announcement.
“I want to thank them and Kawasaki for the opportunity they gave me to move up to the World Supersport 600 class. I think it will be a strong partnership and together we could work well and be successful.
“I cannot wait to have my shoulder ready and fixed, and be 100% fit, so I can prepare for the preseason tests and work with the team on the bike set-up.“