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Oxford continues title sponsorship of Moto Rapido Racing for 2021/ 22 seasons

Oxford is delighted to announce a continuation of its title sponsorship of Moto Rapido’s BSB race team for a further two seasons ahead of the 2021 British Superbike Championship, extending the partnership into four consecutive seasons.

Oxford Products first joined forces with the Ducati dealership-run team as title partner for the 2019 season with the Winchester-based squad, and since when they have secured race wins and podium finishes in the championship, ending their 2019 campaign in third place.

The continuation of the partnership further builds on Oxford company’s association with motorcycle racing, which began in the 70s and has supported riders including Robert Dunlop, Steve Hislop, Jim Moodie, Jeremy McWilliams and Trevor Nation.

Moto Rapido Racing Team Owner, Steve Moore commented:

“This is massive for us and the best thing to come from 2020! Times are uncertain and securing high quality sponsors who understand the commercial and sporting side of BSB is harder than ever, so I’m absolutely delighted to continue with our biggest and best sponsor for 2021 and 2022. The Oxford partnership has been a great success from the start so to continue for another two years with them is ideal. Oxford Products is a perfect fit with our team and I’m very pleased and proud to work with them to continue their racing history.”

Oxford Products’ Managing Director, Andrew Hammond commented:

“Oxford is delighted to continue with Moto Rapido in BSB for another two years, cementing their place at the sharp end of the BSB paddock. To have an Oxford Products Racing team in the world’s best domestic motorcycle racing championship is a thrill that we never grow tired of!”

Photography © Bonnie Lane

OXFORD's phenomenal success owes so much to their passion and belief in motorcycle racing.

From that first year in 1973 until the present day, OXFORD has supported the riders and the sport. Christian Iddon and Tommy Bridewell are among the latest riders to have benefited from this passion and joins the likes of Bradley Smith, eight times World Champion Phil Read, TT winners Steve Hislop, Robert Dunlop, Jim Moodie and Trevor Nation, grand prix winner Jeremy McWilliams in addition to British Championship stars Mark Farmer, Paul Young, Glen Richards, Asa Moyce, Geoff Johnson and Les Burgan on the Oxford Products Roll of Honour.