British rider will make his full time world championship debut with French squad in next season.
After making his world championship debut as a wildcard for City Lifting/RS Racing KTM at Silverstone in 2017 season and doing it again at Silverstone this season, this time for Leopard squad, young British rider Tom Booth-Amos will step up from FIM CEV Repsol Moto3 championship. where he is riding for British Talent Team, to world stage for 2019 season after finalising the deal to ride for Alan Bronec’s CIP team, where he will replace Scot John McPhee, who will move to Petronas Sprinta team.
The move means that team and rider will restart their once very successful relationship, as first BSB win for Tom came with the help of CIP tuned KTM engine during all conquering 2017 BSB Moto3 season.
Everyone at NowMoto wishes Tom and whole CIP team all the best for 2019 season.
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