Luke Power stays with Motozoo ME AIR Racing, will race an MV Agusta F3 800 RR
Luke Power will continue to race on the world stage in 2024 after inking a new deal with the Motozoo ME AIR Racing squad which will see him compete in the FIM Supersport World Championship for the next two years.
The squad will switch from Kawasaki to MV Agusta machinery and receive full technical support from the Italian factory, something that played a huge part in Luke’s decision to remain with them.
Luke’s debut season in WorldSSP was positive. The Aussie teen, the youngest rider on the grid, scored a world championship point at the iconic Imola circuit and took a maiden WorldSSP Challenge win at Magny-Cours in France.
Looking ahead to his sophomore year Luke is understandably buoyant.
“I am excited and happy to announce that I will remain with the Motozoo ME AIR Racing team for the next two seasons. After a challenging but positive first year in the world championship the decision to continue with the team was easy. They are like a family, and we worked really well together this year and I look forward to continuing to push myself with these guys. I am also really excited to ride an MV Agusta, a brand that has so much history in our sport and a bike that has been competitive in World Supersport this season. I want to thank my sponsors, the team, my family, and my manager for making it possible to continue in the World Superbike paddock, where everyone is so professional, and the level is so high. It is the best decision for my career, and I am really motivated and ready for this new adventure.”
Before returning to Australia in a fortnight Luke will attend EICMA, the largest motorcycle expo in Europe where he and the new look team will be presented together for the very first time on the World Superbike Paddock Show stage.
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