Buildbase BMW will be represented by three MCE British Superbike Championship riders in Assen after promoting Lee Jackson to the Superbike-specification S1000RR once again.

The 19-year-old, who competes with Buildbase BMW in the National Superstock 1000 series, has enjoyed a handful of Superbike outings this season in place of the injured James Westmoreland, but will this time join him and the team's Title Showdown contender Ryuichi Kiyonari in an expanded line-up in this weekend's Dutch event.

Taking advantage of the break in competition for the Superstock 1000 riders, Jackson is looking forward to getting more miles on the BMW S1000RR.

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"I'm really looking forward to riding the circuit for the first time. I've been watching lots of bike racing from Assen and the track looks like it could really suit my style, so once I've been out and learnt the track I then can start to push on.

"I rode a Superbike on Sunday at Mallory Park just to get used to the bike I'll be riding and I felt at home on it straight away. I can't wait to get the weekend underway and I would just like to thank everyone at Buildbase BMW, my family and the sponsors who've come on board for this weekend, especially FJG Logistics."

Jackson is currently third in the Superstock 1000 standings, behind Danny Buchan and Jason O'Halloran.