Cancellation of the 2021 edition of Tourist Trophy Many drivers have been forced to review their commitment to next season, where the proud race against Isle of Man time will be the most important event of the year.
Among them are very fast northern Irish drivers Lee Johnston e Paul Jordan, They will be busy on track as they present their plans for next year.
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Johnston continues in Ashcourt Racing at Supersport
As in 2020, Lee Johnston Will be at the beginning of British Supersport Runs a controlled Yamaha R6Ashcourt Racing, The team that won its first Tourist Trophy in 2019 in the same category.
“It is a pity that TT has been canceled once again – “General Lee” said in an interview with the BBC – but It’s not a situation we can control. Thankfully, I’m not that old either I will definitely return to the island in 2022. In the meantime I will run again In Supersport, Me and the team We have already proven what it takes to play for victory“.
Jordan: New challenge with Lee Hardy Racing
Per Paul Jordan It will be the year of switching from RCC Express Lee Hardy Racing Kawasaki, One of the reference teams on track and road for the Akashi manufacturer.
The 29-year-old from Belfast will play some Irish national matches and some BSB rounds:I wanted to participate in TT with the new team, Who believes strongly in me. I also run some Irish national road races with them I will do a few wild cards on the British Superbike. This will be a transition year as part of a long-term project with the team. “
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