Mason Law is delighted to have secured a deal, where he will spearhead the Spirit Moto Corsa effort in the British GP2 class this coming season. The Benfleet ace, who has multiple British championship race wins on his C.V. in a plethora of class, is thrilled to be part of an exciting new partnership.
The Spirit SP2 that Mason will race and the chassis that it is built around is also available to a limited number of competitors during the 2020 season, which is testament to the company’s commitment to the future development of the class.
“Spirit Motorcycles were quite simply, one of the pioneers of the British GP2 class, so I’m obviously very pleased to be part of this regenerated effort, with the support of Moto Corsa as title sponsor, said the 24-year-old.
Having raced in almost every 4-stroke class in British championship competition, and won races in the majority of them, and a short spell as a stand-in, in the World Supersport paddock under the watchful eye of double WSS champion Andrew Pitt – it would be fair to say that Law has a wealth of racing experience, something that he believes is of paramount importance in this fresh new project.
“Last season I stepped into the class late in the day, on a very different package, that admittedly needed a lot of work, yet I produced 14 podiums from the 18 races I lined-up in. We got two or three class wins, and also mixed it with the established Supersport guys for the overall podium positions on a regular occurrence. So on that basis, I will relish this new challenge with a very professional, well organised and highly motivated bunch of people,” he added.
On his new team, Mason added: “I know that everyone at Spirit Motorcycles and the workforce and management at Moto Corsa, will take great pleasure in the upcoming challenge in British championship with the new Spirit SP2 machine. We all cannot wait to get started.”
The final words were reserved for Spirit Team Principal Rod McDonagh, who concluded: “Spirit is delighted to have signed Mason Law for the 2020 season, to ride our new Spirit SP2 motorcycle. As well as being hugely talented and fast as a rider, Mason also brings his bike development skillset to our young team. With Mason providing first class input to Crew Chief Paul Neal and our Mupo Suspension engineer Nick Mundy, I believe Spirit will be a big presence on the grid this coming season.”