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Nov 30, 2013

Richard Cooper To Ride For TAG Racing In 2014 British Superbike Championship

A scene from a British Superbike race during the 2013 season.
TAG RACING REVEAL COOPER AS FIRST RIDER FOR THEIR 2014 MCE BSB LINE UP

TAG Racing recently announced their progression into the MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship and today (Friday) former National Superstock 1000 champion Richard Cooper has been the first rider to be confirmed in their 2014 line up.

Cooper has already made one off appearances in MCE BSB, including a stunning debut front row qualifying start in his debut race at Mallory Park in 2009. Cooper celebrated a title victory in the National Superstock 1000 class in 2011 and has also experienced World Championship level with races in the World Endurance Championship. Cooper ended his 2013 season on a high at Brands Hatch with a maiden race win in the Motorpoint British Supersport Championship to finish his second season in seventh place in the overall standings. TAG Racing will announce who will join Cooper as their second MCE BSB rider in due course.

Cooper said: “The time feels right for me to move into Superbike and I am really excited about 2014. I have raced across the different classes and this is the perfect opportunity now for me to step up with the TAG Racing team as we have a strong foundation from working together in the Supersport class. The rules in the Superbike Championship lend themselves to giving teams like us the opportunity to try and take on some of the more established teams and we are already working on the Kawasaki so that it suits my style and that will bring confidence. The buzz at the moment is about BSB and it feels great to know that we are going to be a part of that next year. I have my targets for next year and we are looking for a debut season that we can then build on and move forward in the future.”

For more information please visit www.britishsuperbike.com