Team Green Racing - 2022

Over the past several seasons, Team Green has become a name synonymous with racing success in the UK, and a host of Championships and race wins have been claimed by riders and teams supported by this iconic Brand.

For 2022, we are excited to continue our progression within the extremely competitive British Superbike and British Motocross Championships, partnered once again by Fuchs Silkolene. Our last Championship succes with Leon Haslam came in 2018 and we are determined to equal this result in 2022!

Representing Team Green in the Superbike class will be our official outfit, FS-R Racing Kawasaki who will be running the striking ZX-7RR retro livery on their Ninja ZX-10RR machines that has proved so popular amongst race fans. Rory Skinner and Lee Jackson are back to build on their podium successes of the 2021 season. 

Our official Supersport team will once again be the Salisbury based Gearlink Kawasaki who have recruited the exciting rider line up of Zak Corderoy and young Northern Irishman and past Junior Supersport title winner, Eunan McGlinchey. They will again opt to use the 599cc version of the Ninja ZX-6R which has served them so well to date.

On the roads, the newly named DAO Racing Kawasaki (previously Silicone Engineering Kawasaki) will continue as Official status for Team Green, and Dean Harrison will be looking to replicate the last time we were at the Isle of Man TT in 2019 and take the coveted Senior TT race win once again! Harrison will compete at the three International Road Races and a full season of BSB too.

In the off-Road scene, we are represented officially by the Revo Seven Kawasaki team. After some great success last year with MX1 rider, Dylan Walsh before he was unfortunately injured, they are back with a bang to try and fight for that MX1 title. He is joined by up and coming Jamie Wainwright in the MX2 class. Phoenix Tools Kawasaki will also once again use Kawasaki machinery and have expanded their team to an impressive seven riders! The new recruits are split between the MX1, MX2 and Youth category classes.

It's going to be a hectic 2022, but we hope you join us for the ride!