Team Iso has signed South African rider Dominic Doyle to race in the 2023 REV’IT! Twins Cup Championship aboard a Giaccmoto LLC-prepped Yamaha YZF-R7. The announcement was made by Nobi Iso, owner of Team Iso.
This will be Doyle’s second year in MotoAmerica Twins Cup. He competed aboard a Yamaha YZF-R7 in 2022, finishing 10th in the final standings and scoring two podiums and four top-five finishes on the season. Doyle began his MotoAmerica road racing career in 2017 and was a top competitor in the Junior Cup Championship. He also raced in the MotoAmerica Supersport Championship before moving to Twins Cup this past year.
“We’re delighted to have Dominic racing for us in Twins Cup this season,” Iso said. “He showed great potential last year in his first season aboard the Yamaha R7, and we’re confident that his skills, along with the support of Yamaha and our technical partner Chuck Giacchetto of Giaccmoto, will bring success to Dom and Team Iso.”
Doyle said, “I am really excited to be riding for Team Iso with support from Giaccmoto and Yamaha Motor Corporation. I can’t thank them all enough for this great opportunity. I’m ready to get this season started at Daytona.”
Look for Team Iso and rider Dominic Doyle in action next week, March 9 through 11, at Daytona International Speedway as they compete in two REV’IT! Twins Cup feature races on the famed high banks of the “World Center of Racing.” Along with Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A., and Giaccmoto LLC, Team Iso is supported by Bitubo Italy, Attack Performance, Vesrah, Galespeed, aRacer USA, Superbike Unlimited, Core Moto USA, SE Composites, RK Excel America, Suter Racing Products, Spears Enterprises, Yoshimura R&D of America, 5zero4 Designs, and Arai Helmet, Inc.