Roman Ramos will be the third rider to swap the Moto2 World Championship for the World Superbike Championship in 2015 after being signed to lead Go Eleven Kawasaki's move into the series.

The Spaniard raced alongside Anthony West in the QMMF Racing Team in 2014, but while he finished each of the 18 races, he failed to score a point.

Nonetheless, the former Spanish Moto2 champion will embark on a new challenge in World Superbikes after being signed to Go Eleven Kawasaki's burgeoning WSBK project, the Italian outfit expanding on its existing Superstock and Supersport efforts for 2015.

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A deal made possible by the input of former WSBK race winner and new Go Eleven advisor Ruben Xaus, whose 'ANDmove management services', Ramos is excited by his renewed opportunity on the international stage.

"I'm really happy to be part of such a great team," he said. "I would like to thank Go Eleven for the opportunity to race in the Superbike World Championship. I will give my all and enjoy each and every race. I would like to thank everyone involved in this project and we will do our best to better our performance each and every time out."

Ramos follows fellow Spaniards Nico Terol and Jordi Torres in swapping to the World Superbike Championship after their signed with Althea Ducati and Red Devils Roma Aprilia respectively.