Rory Skinner made his racing debut in Minimotos before competing in Scottish Championship, before becoming the Scottish Junior 4.2 Minimoto champion in 2010.
Skinner then went on to win the MiniGP 50cc championship and in 2012 progressed into the British MiniGP 70cc class where he also won the title, along with the British Junior Production Mini Moto class.
In 2015, Skinner was selected for the Red Bull Rookies programme, finishing a best result of sixth place in 2016, before returning to the UK to celebrate title victory in the British Talent Cup in 2018.
The Scottish contender then progressed into the Quattro Group British Supersport Championship, finishing his debut season in seventh place before winning the title a year later, which then promoted him to make his Bennetts British Superbike Championship debut in 2021.
Skinner had his first taste of Superbike racing last season and instantly impressed with podium finishes at his home round of Knockhill. The Scot returns with the FS-3 Kawasaki team for the 2022 season as he bids to build on his rookie campaign.