Oxford Products Racing Ducati are ready to defend their Quattro Group British Supersport Championship with Ben Currie as they return next season in a bid to retain the number one plate.
Currie will begin his title defence with the team as the reigning Quattro Group British Supersport Champion aiming to win consecutive crowns for Oxford Products Racing Ducati. The Australian was a formidable force with the Ducati V2 this year, celebrating Ducati’s first title victory in the Championship since 2002 following an impressive 14 podium finishes, including six race wins.
The 2024 campaign will also see Oxford Products extend their title partnership with the Moto Rapido Ducati team into a sixth consecutive season.
Currie said: “I am absolutely stoked to continue with Oxford Products Racing Ducati after winning the title together this season. It was a no-brainer for me to come back and defend the title and run the number one plate, as that has always been a dream of mine. Now I can finally do that with a fantastic team and I can’t wait to get started.
“Last season as a team we progressed throughout the year so it will be awesome to hit the ground running from the off. Supersport is going to be highly competitive next year, but I am really up for the challenge and I am looking forward to getting stuck into testing and trying to retain the number one plate.”
Team Owner Steve Moore commented: “In the Supersport class we had amazing progress in the debut season for the V2, with Ben taking the championship for Ducati and I feel that we have even more to come from our relationship in 2024.”