MotoAmerica rider Jayson Uribe will make his World Superbike debut at next weekend’s Autodrom Most, Czech Redpublic round. 

Uribe replaces Samuele Cavalieri for the remainder of 2021 after the Italian parted ways with Pedercini Kawasaki before round four at Donington Park. 

Luke Mossey was called in to replace the Italian rider for his home round, while the team decided to leave the seat vacant for last weekend’s round five at Assen. 

Uribe will join Belgian rider Loris Cresson who scored his first points of the year in Assen. 

The American said: "I’m super excited to be given the opportunity to ride with Outdo TPR Team Pedercini at Most. I think it will be a lot of fun to be able to work with such a great and well-established team. 

"I am also excited to reconnect with a few people who are already in the team that I know (the Gimbert family) from 2015, when I raced in the French Superbike series in Superstock. It will be good to get back on a Kawasaki. 

"I don’t have so much experience on the green machine and it is a new track so for sure there will be a big learning curve, especially with the Pirelli tyres which I also don’t know but I am ready for the challenge. 

"Everybody so far has been very supportive and to be finally in the World Superbike paddock, which is somewhere that I have wanted to be for a long time is great. 

"I am doing everything I can to be ready, both physically and mentally and I can’t thank Lucio and Outdo TPR Team Pedercini for the opportunity."

Uribe’s signing also means there will be two American riders on the grid for the first time since 2014, as he joins Yamaha’s Garrett Gerloff. 

The twenty-two-year-old has experience in BSB and became the first American to stand on a BSB Moto3 podium! He has also contested the CEV Moto2 Championship.