The MIH Solutions team have expanded their line-up for the 2023 season as the South Derbyshire business continue their support of Katie Hand in the HEL Performance Junior Supersport Championship and will also field Fin Arscott in the Pirelli National Junior Superstock series.
Hand returns to the Championship after achieving her first goal of scoring points in the class in 2022, while Fin won the No-Limits Supersport 600 championship and also scored points in his first year of the National Junior Superstock with several top 10 finishes.
Hand and Arscott will also be part of the Macadam Academy, which has been set up for 2023 by the new Macadam team owner David Wadsworth to support and grow young talent within the sport.
Hand said: “Having MIH Solutions back with us for 2023, and being part of the academy is mega. We’ve built up such a good partnership with MIH and they help us so much with their services as well as backing. This year is going to be the best yet.”
Arscott said: “I am looking forward to 2023 more than any other year I have raced. I feel like I have the right team and support around me to give me the environment and motivation to succeed. I can’t wait to get stuck into the season and start racing.”
Jon Beech Owner of MIH Solutions commented: “Continuing our partnership with Hand racing is a natural progression for us. Having supported the team for the last two years, it makes perfect sense for us to be part of the team in 2023 when they expand to two excellent riders and we ourselves develop as a business.”