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Sofuoglu Re-Signs With Kawasaki For 2015

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Three-time Supersport World Champion Kenan Sofuoglu will fight for the 2015 title on a Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R after signing to ride with the San Carlo Puccetti Kawasaki squad at the Magny-Cours circuit last weekend.

The most recent of Sofuoglu‰Ûªs three championships was taken in on a Kawasaki in the 2012 season. After a tough year for the 30-year-old Turkish rider in 2014 he is fully committed to aiming for a fourth championship win next year as part of the ambitions Puccetti squad, based in Italy.

Statistically speaking Kenan is the most successful WSS rider ever, with one more championship win to his credit than any other rider. He also has a record 27 race wins, 60 podiums, 22 fastest laps and 70 front row starting positions - all within 91 race starts to date.

"I believe in Kawasaki and I still know the potential of the Ninja ZX-6R," Sofuoglu said.

"My first choice was to continue our partnership because since 2012 I have really enjoyed racing with the bike and we will be trying to win the title back next year. I am very thankful to Kawasaki because they believe in me and want to win championships with me. We will have a very good level of support from Kawasaki next year and I am really excited about 2015.‰Û

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