Former World Superbike front runner Ruben Xaus has offered his support and services to the creation of an all-new Supersport team created to promote young Spanish talent in the series.

An 11-time race winner at WSBK level, the now-retired Xaus has been signed as an advisor to the Go Eleven Racing team, which will step up to World Superbikes in 2015 with ex-Moto2 rider Roman Ramos competing on a Kawasaki.

In addition, Go Eleven and Xaus's management company 'ANDmove' has given rise to the new 'Go Eleven Racing Department', which has been created to support teams in both international and national competition.

The first team to receive this assistance will be an all-new outfit named Cat Bike Exit, which will enter the World Supersport Championship with former PTR rider Nacho Calero and newcomer Marco Ramirez.