Decorated Dutch team confirm they will return to WorldSBK competition in 2019
Ten Kate Racing will return to the MOTUL FIM WorldSBK Championship paddock, with a team that will look to compete at the forefront of the world’s leading production-based motorcycle racing championship.
The rider(s) and the manufacturer are yet to be announced but the Dutch team, based in Nieuwleusen, just under 55km from the TT Circuit Assen, have confirmed that they will definitely be back on track very soon.
Ten Kate Racing have been a huge part of the growth of the WorldSBK championship, being a staple in the championship’s structure. One WorldSBK title and nine WorldSSP titles make them one of the most decorated teams in the paddock, with 42 WorldSBK wins amassed.
With a team of such stature returning to the WorldSBK championship for a 16th consecutive season, the Dutch outfit have been continuously working to put a team together and can announce that they will unveil their project in the Official Pre-event Press Conference at the TT Circuit Assen, April 2nd.
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