Jack Scott is a promising motorsport rider who made a significant impact in the 2022 season. He secured the Quattro Group British GP2 Championship title, which is contested within the Supersport category. Scott demonstrated his dominance in the GP2 class, claiming 14 victories and an additional podium finish.
Notably, Scott's performance was so remarkable that he emerged as the overall winner at Thruxton, surpassing the Supersport Champion, Jack Kennedy, among other esteemed riders. His achievements earned him the opportunity to make his debut in the Bennetts British Superbike Championship.
Scott expressed his excitement about the forthcoming season, highlighting his progression from racing in the support classes to competing in the Superbike category. He expressed gratitude to Dean at CDH Racing for providing him with the ride and acknowledged that racing a Superbike is a dream come true for him.
Joining Rapid CDH Racing Kawasaki, Scott joins forces with teammate Liam Delves. As the fourth support class champion of 2022, Scott joins a group that includes Kennedy, Superstock winner Davey Todd, and Junior Superstock Champion Max Cook. He is also one of five confirmed rookies for the upcoming season.
Team Owner Dean Hipwell spoke highly of Scott, commending his performances against the main Supersport field during the 2022 season. The team is eagerly anticipating testing and evaluating their winter developments in Spain.
With his success in the GP2 class and his debut in the British Superbike Championship on the horizon, Jack Scott is poised to make a significant impact in the upcoming season and establish himself further as a talented and promising rider.