Lee Hardy Racing returns in the premier class with Ryan Vickers, who lines up for his third year in the Bennetts British Superbike Championship and with familiar Kawasaki power for the new campaign.
The team scored their first race win at Cadwell Park in 2014 with Peter Hickman and since then have continued to go from strength to strength. In 2018 the team celebrated their strongest season to date with young gun Jake Dixon finishing runner-up in the title battle.
21-year-old Vickers from Thetford lifted the Superstock 600 title; having dominated the season before he moved into the premier class with the team. The move comes for the talented youngster following the departure of Jake Dixon from the team to the Moto2 World Championship as the RAF Marham based squad continue to nurture upcoming talent.
2021 will be the fifth year of the association between Lee Hardy Racing and Kawasaki, as Vickers returns with the squad and Lewis Rollo lines up for them in the Pirelli National Superstock series.