Quattro Group will remain an official partner to the Bennetts British Superbike Championship for the third consecutive season in 2022.

The extended agreement between commercial rights holder MSVR and the UK’s leading infrastructure equipment specialists, ensures Quattro Group maintain their official associate sponsor status with Britain’s leading motorsport Championship.

The partnership will again feature title sponsorship rights of the British Supersport and GP2 categories - the premier support series to Bennetts BSB - which will feature at all 11 rounds of the 2022 campaign. 

The Quattro Group will also benefit from significant promotion during the season due to being a headline partner at three rounds, including the AB2K round at Knockhill, together with prominent trackside visibility at each event.

Bennetts British Superbike series director, Stuart Higgs added: "I am delighted to announce an extension to our partnership with the Quattro Group, marking a third consecutive season of association this year.

"The Supersport class continues to thrive courtesy of our pioneering technical regulations and this season will feature more manufacturers on the grid. Title sponsorship of the British Supersport Championship, combined with the trackside branding and event naming rights, makes this a perfect platform for the Quattro Group to showcase their brand."

The 2022 British Supersport class will once again be headlined by reigning champion Jack Kennedy, who is looking to win title #4 in five years. 

One rider who won’t be returning is Ben Currie who has moved to WorldSSP with Kawasaki. 

In terms of the premier class, pre-season testing for the likes of series champion Tarran Mackenzie, team-mate Jason O’Halloran, new Buildbase Suzuki rider Christian Iddon and the returning Leon Haslam begins next month at Snetterton, followed by two tests at Donington Park and Silverstone.