Alex returns to the team for a second season in 2022 to contest the Pirelli National Superstock Championship.
After rising to fame when he clinched the inaugural British Supersport Evo crown in 2014, he became a leading fixture in the Superstock 1000 class, quickly becoming a regular race winner and podium finisher.
In 2020, he made his British Superbike Championship debut but after a solid start to his rookie campaign, suffered a potentially career-threatening injury at Silverstone at the third round, sidelining him for the remainder of the season.
He returned to action in 2021, joining the new FHO Racing Team to contest the renamed Pirelli National Superstock Championship and quickly became a title contender, celebrating four race wins and a handful of podiums on his way to finishing third in the title chase.
For 2022, Alex remains with FHO Racing and has his eyes fixed on securing the title after what is expected to be another highly-competitive season.