British Superbike riders Jason O’Halloran and Tarran Mackenzie have both signed a deal to continue with the McAMS Yamaha Team, hoping to pick up from where their 2020 season ended.
The 2020 British Superbike season was by far the best for both of the McAms Yamaha riders. Australia’s Jason O’Halloran just missed out on the championship title by 21 points, having had three race wins and a further eight podiums. Team-mate, 25-year-old Tarran Mackenzie, finished the season in fifth place, having had two race wins and a further four podiums.
With the announcement of both riders agreeing to a one-year extension to their current deals, the teams’ current sponsor McAMS will remain with the Yamaha team for their fifth consecutive year. It will be O’Halloran and Mackenzie’s third season as team-mates. The Lancashire-based team have their 2021 season preparations underway as they hope to bring the championship title home to the McAms Yamaha garage.
Team-mate, Mackenzie will also be hoping to build on his 2020 season, a year which saw the derbyshire-Scotsman claim two victories.
Team Principal Steve Rodgers was keen to keep things the same within the team for 2021, with both Jason and Tarran fighting for the title in the 2020 season.
Valentina Slater, McAMS Sales Director, is thrilled that both Jason and Tarren are continuing to be the team’s riders for the 2021 season and feels the two-riders are more than capable of fighting for the title and that is the ultimate goal-becoming British Superbike Champions for the McAMS Yamaha Team.
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