Dan Linfoot has set his sights on a strong start to the 2015 MCE British Superbike Championship as he prepares to lead Honda's three-strong return to the series at Donington Park.

A standout of the 2014 season on the privateer Quattro Plant Kawasaki, Linfoot has been signed to head up Honda's return to the BSB ranks following its sabbatical last season. He will be joined by National Superstock graduate Jason O'Halloran and Jenny Tinmouth in a three-pronged line-up.

Making his bow on the factory-assisted Honda CBR1000RR at Donington Park, Linfoot says he is feeling 'motivated' to get the season underway.

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"I'm really looking forward to the weekend; it's been a long winter and I just can't wait to get the race underway. The tests we have completed have been great and we've collected some positive data. I'm feeling good with the bike, with the team and motivated with myself and just can't wait to get out there."

O'Halloran, meanwhile, is similarly excited by the prospect of getting the season underway, the Australian also returning to BSB competition in 2015.

"I can't wait to get the first race under our belt, it's been a long winter and I've spent time in Australia and the UK preparing and training for it. We've had two really good Spanish tests and a really good outing at Donington last week. Everyone's ready to get racing now, see what we can do and get to work. I've got a great package this year with the Fireblade and a great crew who I work well with, and just want to get there and get racing."