Revealed this evening, BE Racing In Conjunction with Richardson Kelly Racing have parted company with Ulster GP Super Twins winner Paul Jordan.
A team statement issued via social media platforms stated:
“Unfortunately we feel that the time is now correct to go our separate way’s. Paul still remains as a friend to the team and we would like to thank him for his services to the team in 2020/21 and wish him the best of luck in whatever route his career takes him next.
We will continue our 2021 campaign as per planned with our efforts now solely behind Mike Browne.”
Paddock whispers now indicate that Ulster GP Super Twins winner Jordan is now set to join PreZ Racing.
Since Jamie Coward parted company with John Preston’s team, the owners of the quickest Yamaha powered machine around the Mountain Course, have been on the lookout for the right rider to work with.
In action aboard the PreZ Racing YZF R6 Yamaha at the latest Ulster Superbike Championship round at Bishopcourt, could Magherafelt’s Jordan be set for a now challenge with the Manx based squad?
Don’t be surprised to find out soon if this is the scenario for one of pure road racing’s leading new wave talents.
Photo credit: Rod Neill
Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou