PR Racing have officially extended their contract with IForce ahead of revealing their 2022 BSB rider line-up. 

An announcement on who will be riding for the team is scheduled to take place next week as the PR Racing IForce team gears up for a second season in the British Superbike Championship. 

The Liverpool-based team will once again be running BMW machinery with the M 1000 RR which goes into its second year of competitive action. 

"We are incredibly grateful to have iForce continue their involvement with PR Racing at the highest level in BSB," said PR Racing Development Director, Julian Mosquera. 

"Without their support and investment none of this would be possible, so it is great to have iForce actively working with the team, as we move forward with our 2022 campaign."

Last season the IForce team was a one-rider set-up with Brad Jones who was unable to finish the season following a life-threatening race one crash at Brands Hatch which left the Brit in an induced coma. 

Jones will not be competing for the team in 2022 as he continues with his recovery, while his racing career remains very much in doubt due to the severity of his injuries.

Speaking about the renewed partnership with PR Racing, IForce Managing Director Paul Thirkell added: "We love being part of the BSB paddock and in particular the PR family; they have a fantastic team setup. Having made in-roads last year, we wanted to continue to be part of their journey.

"The professionalism and technical expertise they apply has surprised us, along with their precision in delivery in such a fast-paced sport, both of which reflect well the iForce brand and how we serve our customers. We look forward to the coming season and sharing this exciting experience with our customer-base."