Press release Chassis Factory – British Superbike season 2019
It is a dream start for a concept that is developed an build over winter by Chassis Factory and Go Racing Developments in the hands of Jamie Perrin. The Yamaha R6 powered frame-kit finished straight on the podium in his first race.
Jamie Perrin in 2019 to compete in the BSB GP2 class on a Chassis Factory frame
We proudly announce that British rider Jamie Perrin will compete in 2019 on a Chassis Factory “Chrome Light” frame kit fitted with a Yamaha R6 engine in the BSB-GP2 prototype class. This project is supported by the gear box specialists of Nova racing transmissions and Yamaha tuner and setup expert Mark Sadler of Go development. It promises to be an interesting collaboration with a clear goal: Winning! In the 2018 season Perrin has already shown his potential with several podium finishes in the competitive BSB Supersport class. Chassis Factory will provide Jamie Perrins’ team with a competitive “Chrome Light” frame kit.
Following the discussions in the BSB paddock, Dutch based Chassis Factory has taken up the challenge to develop a modular GP2 concept that could run alongside the existing Supersport championship.
Aiming at riders coming out of the Hel Motostar Moto3, KTM Cup or other UK championships, the starting point for the concept was to develop an affordable and reliable concept, reachable for all teams that want to step up to this level.