World Supersport: Harry Truelove Signs With Dynavolt Triumph

World Supersport: Harry Truelove Signs With Dynavolt Triumph

© 2022, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By Dynavolt Triumph:

DYNAVOLT TRIUMPH WELCOME HARRY TRUELOVE FOR WORLD SUPERSPORT 2023

Dynavolt Triumph are pleased to confirm that Harry Truelove will join the team for the 2023 FIM Supersport World Championship.

The 26-year-old British rider makes the step up to the world stage after a successful career in British Supersport where he ended the 2022 season on a high with third overall in the championship, securing ten podiums including a win across the season with Appleyard Macadam.  Lincolnshire based Truelove made his WSS debut the same year as a wild-card at Donington Park and now joins the enormously experienced Dynavolt Triumph for a full-time campaign in the world championship.

Harry Truelove: “I am thrilled to be joining the Dynavolt Triumph team.  Competing in the World Supersport championship has always been my dream and I am excited to make this dream a reality with Triumph.  I want to thank Simon for trusting in me and giving me this incredible opportunity and all of my family for always cheering me on and supporting me all the way.  I’m looking forward to this new challenge as I channel my efforts to prepare for the season ahead.  I have full faith in myself and the team that we can achieve some great results together over the coming season.”

Dynavolt Triumph Team Manager Simon Buckmaster: “We’d like to welcome Harry to the team. I’ve watched him for a couple of years and last year of course we competed against him in the British championship.  We had discussions last year with Harry and his family about riding for us and this year we spoke again.  It’s good for us as a British team, with a British bike to have a British rider.  Also, to bring this rider up from BSS I see as a good thing for British motorcycle sport that young riders see the progression from national championship to world championship.  It’s good in a patriotic way for Britain.  We have discussed it, we know it’s a big step up and there’s some hard work in front of him but we have some good guys around us, we’re a close-knit team, there’s almost a family atmosphere and we will create that environment for Harry to grow and be successful in World Supersport.  Looking forward to testing and the start of the season.”

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