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Ray unveils 2024 WSBK machine
Ray unveils 2024 WSBK machine

After announcing in November that he would remain with the Motoxracing World Superbike team, Kent’s Bradley Ray has unveiled his 2024 machine.

Ray and the team were at the launch last week of the Yamaha that he will be piloting in the 2024 season, this time he will be racing in all rounds of the championship.

It builds on the foundation he laid in 2023 by racing in the European rounds with the team, which saw him score points and an impressive sixth place in race two at Imola.

In 2024 Ray has set his sights on the top ten and challenging for a podium on a regular basis. Testing gets underway very shortly for Ray, as the team heads to Jerez.

Speaking at the unveiling of the Yamaha R1, Ray said: “I’m very pleased to stay with Team Motoxracing and to have been at the presentation. I can’t wait to get back on the bike during winter testing and am excited to travel to Australia for the first round of the championship.

“It’ll be my first visit to Phillip Island. I’m sure we can do better than last season, also because we now have more experience. I want to thank Sandro Carusi and Yamaha for renewing their faith in me; I will continue to do my best to achieve the best possible results.”