BSB: Jason O’Halloran Remains With McAMS Yamaha For His 2022 Season Campaign.

Published on December 11, 2021
By Dawn Hammersley

Jason O’Halloran Is Staying With McAMS Yamaha For His fourth Consecutive Season.

Australian rider Jason O’Halloran has re-signed for McAMS Yamaha for his 2022 season championship title hunt. Jason was leading the 2021 season championship until the series reached the Showdown. Jason claimed 11 victories during the 2021 season and a further 11 podium place finishes.

Jason will be hoping and setting his sights to replicate the dominating start he had to the 2021 season, winning all-three races at Round One at Oulton Park.

Jason O’Halloran – McAMS Yamaha Racing Team

2021 was my best ever season in BSB, I came into the season with four BSB wins to my name and ended the year on 15 having been on the podium in 22 out of the 33 races. There’s no hiding from the fact the end of the year didn’t go to plan, but, considering ’21 was a career best season for me, that is just added motivation for 2022. We’ve sat down during the winter, worked out where we need to improve and had a really productive visit to Yamaha Racing in Italy, who have a lot to come for the R1 which is encouraging. The R1 is without doubt the bike to be on at the minute and since joining McAMS Yamaha, each year we have made a significant step so hopefully we can do that again next year.

Steve Rogers – McAMS Yamaha’s Team Principal

It’s almost unheard of for a team in BSB to keep the same rider line-up for four years straight, but for us it was a no brainer. Between them, Jason and Tarran won 63% of races last year and there were only a handful of races where one of our bikes wasn’t on the podium. There are almost no words to describe Jason’s dominance and consistency in the first eight rounds of the year, he was well and truly the man to beat for most of the season. The Showdown didn’t quite go his way, but having sat down with him I am confident that will only make him stronger for 2022. He’s already shown what he’s capable of and there is no doubt that McAMS Yamaha has the strongest line-up on the BSB grid, both of them can win, so fingers crossed we can retain that title with one of them!

Featured Image: McAMS Yamaha.


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