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Triumph PTR team and Street Triple



The PTR Triumph Racing team, which is based in Lincolnshire, UK, is managed by Simon Buckmaster, who has been involved in racing from a young age both as a competitor and manager; in fact, in the earlier years of Buckmaster’s racing career he competed on a Triumph Bonneville. 

Following wins in both the domestic series’ and on the world stage, injury cut Buckmaster’s career short and he eventually went into the management side of the industry, leading a number of successful manufacturer-backed teams to British and World Championship glory. Today Simon manages the PTR Racing squad, which is a partner of Triumph’s Racing programme in the WorldSSP category competing as PTR Triumph with the Triumph Street Triple 765 RS.

PTR Triumph have been regularly competing in the top five in the Supersport World Championship in 2023 and secured a podium finish in Mandalika. The team have race-winning provenance, having brought Triumph the honours of their first ever World Supersport victory, and the first of the ‘Next Generation’ formula, in 2022.

Triumph PTR competing

In 2024 the team fields Tom Booth-Amos, from Newport, Shropshire. Booth-Amos has vast experience having raced in the FIM CEV Moto3 Junior World Championship, followed by an entry in Grand Prix in 2019. In 2020 and 2021 the #69 racer competed in the Supersport 300 World Championship category, finishing runner-up in the series in his second season. In 2023 Booth-Amos finished second overall in the British Supersport Championship, while also winning the World Supersport Challenge Championship, setting him up perfectly for a strong season in ’24.

Vostatek starts his first full season with PTR Triumph after completing the final four rounds of 2023 with the team, bringing home a brace of 12th places and pushing ever closer to the top ten. The FIM CEV Superstock 600 podium-finisher and championship runner-up already has experience of Triumph’s 765cc triple and will look to capitalise on the progress he made since joining the team in a season-long campaign.



  • Birthday: March 12, 1996
  • Nation: Great Britain
  • Hometown: Newport, Shropshire
  • Start Number: 69
Triumph Tom Booth-Amos competing


2023 – Runner-up British Supersport Championship

2023 – FIM World Supersport Challenge Champion

2021 – Runner-up Supersport 300 World Championship

2020 – 6th Supersport 300 World Championship

2019 – Competed in the FIM Moto2™ World Championship

2018 – FIM CEV Moto3 Junior World Championship


  • Birthday: August 26, 2004
  • Nation: Czech Republic
  • Hometown: Praha
  • Start Number: 50
  • Hobbies: Motocross, biking, snowboarding, playstation and electric guitar
  • Height: 183cm
  • Weight: 72 kg
Triumph Vostatek racing


2023 – Following illness, joined PTR Triumph for second half of the season

2022 – Race full-time in the FIM Supersport World Championship

2021 – Runner-up Superstock 600 European Championship

2020 – FIM CEV Moto3 Junior World Championship (Covid cancelled proceedings)

2019 – FIM CEV Moto3 Junior World Championship

2018 – FIM CEV Repsol Championship, ETC category