World Supersport: Aegerter Staying With Ten Kate Yamaha In 2022

World Supersport: Aegerter Staying With Ten Kate Yamaha In 2022

© 2021, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By Yamaha Racing:

Ten Kate Yamaha and Dominique Aegerter Extend Successful Collaboration

Dominique Aegerter will ride for the Ten Kate Yamaha WorldSSP Supported Team in the FIM Supersport World Championship again during the 2022 season. The Swiss rider became world champion as a rookie in 2021 and will do everything he can together with the Dutch team to defend the title on the Yamaha R6 next season.

In his debut WorldSSP season, Aegerter made a great impression by taking the world title with 10 victories and 14 podium finishes. The 31-year-old lifted the championship trophy at the penultimate round in Argentina, despite having been forced to miss the Barcelona round. This marked the Dutch team’s 10th WorldSSP and the 11th world championship title overall.

The good feeling and trust in each other provided an excellent foundation for Ten Kate Yamaha and Aegerter to continue their collaboration for the 2022 season.



Dominique Aegerter

Ten Kate Yamaha WorldSSP Supported Team

I am very happy to continue with Ten Kate Yamaha in 2022. We had a great first season with many successes and the world title. I am looking forward to work with the same group of people next season. I feel very much at home here and we are a strong team. Next year we will have more experience and more data, so the goal will be to defend the world title with the Yamaha R6. Our common goal is to continue and grow together in 2023. I want to thank the team and all partners and sponsors who make our dream possible. But first we go to Indonesia, an important race in which we will try to score as many points as possible for the team championship!

Kervin Bos – Team Manager

Ten Kate Yamaha WorldSSP Supported Team

We are very proud to announce that Dominique Aegerter will join Ten Kate Yamaha next season. We are relatively late with this announcement, but we came to an agreement in an early stage of the season. Dominique fits excellently within the team and his Swiss mentality fits perfectly with our way of working. The goal is to also grow together in 2023, more about that at a later moment. We have one more race to go this year in Indonesia. We can race without pressure, and I expect that we will then see a magnificent Dominique. Sponsors and partners: thank you very much, and we will go for it to take the next step together during the 2022 season!

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