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Sunday, February 18, 2024
Divine Signs for Microlise Cresswell Racing

Young Bermudian motorcycle racer, Aeziah Divine, age 14, has signed with championship-winning race team Microlise Cresswell Racing for his 2024 season. Divine will debut in the R&G British Talent Cup Moto3 class in Britain's premier national championship, Bennetts British Superbikes (BSB).

Divine met team owner, John Cresswell, last week to formalize their contract and have discussed plans for the future including opportunities for a long-term relationship as both parties aspire to compete in the junior world championship.

Divine will be part of a five-rider line-up within the team and will compete in the sole British Moto3 class on a Honda NSF250R motorcycle. The series will race at national circuits around the UK including Brands Hatch, Donington Park, and a season highlight at Silverstone GP Circuit alongside the British MotoGP Grand Prix. The season opener will be held at Circuito de Navarra, Spain between 18th - 21st, April 2024 with an official test at the circuit earlier that week.

Microlise Cresswell Racing has competed in Bennetts British Superbikes for 10 years and is a highly respected, sought-after team that has supported many young racers to progress through elite British and European pathways. Their most recent accomplishment includes winning the 2021 R&G British Talent Cup championship with rider Casey O'Gorman, ex-Redbull MotoGP Rookies Cup rider and 2024 Moto3, FIM JuniorGP contender.

"l can't wait to start the R&G British Talent Cup season with such a great team as Microlise Cresswell Racing. l want to say thanks again to John Cresswell for this opportunity. I will be training harder than ever this year in Spain and England to be ready for each round. I am excited about racing the NSF's as they look like great bikes and I'm really looking forward to my first test on them. I can't wait for round 1 in Navarra!"

In 2023, Divine competed in the Moto5 class in the Finetwork MIR Racing Cup at various circuits across Spain on a 250cc MIR-Racing Moto5 motorcycle. He has been training in Spain in recent years in preparation for Dorna-backed talent promotion feeder classes for the FIM JuniorGP World Championship.

Divine is seeking sponsors and partners to join his journey to help him continue representing Bermuda while climbing the international levels of the sport.

Divine and his family would like to thank his current and past sponsors who have assisted him in this journey. Aeziah is grateful to his local sponsors who have already rejoined to support this next step in his career, including Aries Sports Center, Butterfield & Vallis, and John Carreiro Sr. and family.
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