It has been confirmed that the Swindon rider will race for the British Talent Team in the FIM CEV Repsol Moto3 Junior World Championship in 2019.

Having won the 2017 Hel Performance British Motostar standard class championship, Cook raced in the Red Bull Rookies and the British Talent Cup in 2018.The Moto3 Junior World Championship will see Cook race in Portugal, Spain and France and is seen as a stepping stone to World MotoGP level categories. In the past the likes of Dennis Foggia, Jaume Masia, Alonso López, Dalla Porta, Kaito Toba, Marcos Ramirez, Bulega, Canet, Joan Mir to name just a few have gone on to GP level after racing in the Moto3 JWC.

Max Cook made a solid start to his Red Bull Rookies career in 2018 and has been invited back to compete in 2019. He scored 23 points with a fantastic top eighth finish in Germany.

In the British Talent Cup he was in the title hunt up to the final race, although he missed out, despite taking victory in race one of the the final round. An event that was watched by Red Bull Rookie champion Can Öncü who came to congratulate the British rider in Parc Ferme.