HUDDERSFIELD racing team Doodson Motorsport are looking to expand for the 2012 campaign.
Team owner and regular rider Tom Tunstall has had to sit out almost half the season after a fall at Snetterton in July left him with serious pelvic and spinal injuries.
Australians Glenn Allerton and David Anthony have taken the ride in the British Superbikes Championship and BSB-EVO competition on the team’s BMW S1000RR and that has prompted Denby Dale racer Tunstall to rethink his plans for next year.
“Personally it’s been a challenging year with my injuries and I hope to be back on a race bike before Christmas,” said the 33-year-old.
“As a team we’ve learnt a great amount this year.
“Having the opportunity to work with experienced and professional riders Glenn and Dave, has prepared us well for the future.
“All our focus is now on 2012 and expanding our team to two riders.
“We are already working hard on options to create the best opportunity and look to start finalising our plans over the coming weeks.”
The final round of the 2011 British Superbike Championship was brought to a premature end for Anthony, after a crash in race one meant he was unable to race in the season finale at Brands Hatch.
Anthony was shaping up well as he ended lap one in sixth in the EVO class and was soon embroiled in a scrap with Karl Harris, Scott Smart, and Barry Burrell but entering Graham Hill bend he lost grip of the front tyre and crashed out of the race.