The West Country rider, who will also make his Isle of Man TT debut this year, Jessopp has a long history in the Championship, scoring top ten finishes in previous seasons with a best result of fourth in 2012 and is now aiming to build on his debut campaign with the S1000RR.
"We can't wait to get testing underway for the new season and build on what we learnt in 2013. We already have some improvements lined up so that we can move forward in our second season with the BMW," said Jessopp.
"We used last season for development after years of running other manufacturers in the championship and with some changes to help improve the feel of the bike for this year with new parts, we hope that we can get up the field again and run where we know that both myself and the team can be."
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