Three-time Isle of Man TT winner Dean Harrison has committed to continuing with the Silicone Engineering Kawasaki team through to 2021.
Harrison joined the outfit for the 2016 campaign, and grabbed his first win with the squad at the TT in '18 in the Supersport class, having taken his maiden TT win in '14 on RC Express Kawasaki in the Lightweight race.
Harrison added the Senior TT to his tally last year.
He also dominated the Southern 100 in '19, taking victory in all six races he entered and his third-successive S100 Championship win.
Since '18, Harrison has also been a fixture in the British Superbike paddock with Silicone Engineering, and the team has committed to a further two seasons on the short circuits as well as the roads with him.
"It's great to be signed up with the team for another two years," Harrison said.
"We work very well together and we've all got the same ideas and are working towards the same aims.
"After our success at last year's TT, we want to arrive there in May as ready as we can be.
"Running BSB makes such a big difference because the field is so strong and it's the best possible training ground.
"I'm looking forward to getting back out on the Kawasaki soon and hopefully we can enjoy another strong and successful season together."
Harrison wound up 26th in the BSB standings last year - in what was a near-full campaign for him - with eight points and a best finish of 12th in May's Oulton Park round prior to the North West 200.
Team Manager Jonny Bagnall added: "We are all delighted to have secured Dean for another two seasons, he is a pleasure to have in the squad and we're all very pleased he's chosen to stick with us.
"Dean is on the top of his game at the moment and as a team, we couldn't ask for more from a rider.
"Having the continuity really helps as well.
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"We still have the same bunch of lads in the team, we've got Dean, we're on the same bike as last year... it's all just how we like it.
"It's a good position to be in, to feel confident with what you have as you move into a new season and we're all looking forward to getting on track at the end of February."
The Silicone Engineering squad has been Kawasaki's official road racing team since last year.