MSS Performance become Team Green technical partner

Following its success in running the official Kawasaki Motors UK teams in the British Superbike Championship and road racing for a number of years, Colchester Kawasaki based MSS Performance has been named as the official technical partner for KMUK’s Team Green for the 2016 race season.

Utilising its Kawasaki expertise to deliver the best possible service in the BSB paddock, MSS Performance will be supplying bespoke packages to enable independent teams to build complete race machines, or offering assistance with engine development to those with existing bikes. MSS Performance experts will be in attendance at every round of BSB, providing hands-on assistance to teams and riders using Kawasaki machinery.

In addition to the Team Green support, MSS Performance owner Nick Morgan will be channelling his own racing passion and expertise into a road racing team that will see William Dunlop compete at the 2016 international road races.

Senior Racing Co-ordinator for Kawasaki Motors UK, Ross Burridge, said: “We’ve worked with Nick for a very long time and have a strong relationship. Nick and his team are the best at what they do and we see great value in having them on-board as an official technical partner. I feel that every team that works with them in the paddock will benefit from their expertise and knowledge. This year more than ever, with our new Ninja ZX-10R, expectations are high for great results on track so having a valued technical partner has never been more important.”

Owner of MSS Performance, Nick Morgan, said: “Having worked with the Kawasaki product for well over 25 years and built a good technical working relationship, we are now extremely proud to be part of Team Green for 2016. We begin testing the new ZX-10R next week to gather valuable data, which will enable us to share this information with Teams to accelerate their own development programs. We are looking forward to a successful 2016 with Team Green, MSS Performance and the new Ninja ZX10-R along with the current ZX-6R.”