Ramos to stay with Go Eleven for 2018

Thursday, 19 October 2017 11:29 GMT

Spanish rider to continue with Kawasaki Team Go Eleven

With all the pieces of the 2018 MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship puzzle beginning to fall into place, Roman Ramos will stay with the Kawasaki Team Go Eleven next season, following a solid season with the team.

Scoring points in all but two races so far in 2017, the Spanish rider has surpassed expectations of the team and he has secured six top ten positions throughout the season so far. With a strong family connection within the team, Ramos is thrilled to be continuing next season as they look ahead to developing the ZX-10RR.

Ramos explains his delight over the news: “I am very happy to stay for another year with Go Eleven team, we have done a great job this season and I think that next year we will have the opportunity to make a great jump of quality, and achieve very important results. Here I am fine, I feel like at home, in this family we laughs and jokes and work seriously, all together for the same goal ... this is beautiful for me. I would like to thanks every single member of the team, thanks to those who continue to believe in me and to give me this opportunity.”

Denis Sacchetti, Team Manager adds: “All the team worked very well and with great professionalism, often reaching the maximum result that a private team could aspire. Roman has proven to be competitive and top level, has believed in our capabilities from the beginning and has integrated into our "Family", demonstrating attachment to the team colors and appreciation for the work done by each component. Roman gives his best in any time, he never give up, always looking for improvement, taking care of all aspects, and we thank him for the results achieved in these years. These are the reasons why we consider important continue our project together with Roman. In addition, the regulations changes allow us to see a very positive future.”

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