Road Racing News

Jordan Gains Prime Opportunity With RAF Regular & Reserves Kawasaki

BSB race winning experience will mix with hungry next generation roads talent for 2020, as the Lee Hardy Racing run RAF Regular & Reserves Kawasaki team runs Ulster GP Super Twins race winner Paul Jordan at the North West 200, TT Races and Macau Grand Prix.

Jordan who triumphed last year in the Supersport race at Kells plus regularly impressed on the Dafabet Devitt Racing Kawasaki’s, new enterprising challenge for the year ahead sees him have a formidable machinery line up, piloting ZX-10RR Kawasaki machinery in Superstock trim and Yamaha’s proven YZF R6 steed for the Supersport class.

Established amongst Northern Ireland’s fastest, leading new wave roads competitors, the support from his new suitors who’s racing CV includes multiple International roads successes, will only help further bolster his ambitions to get to the next level in road racing.

Photo by Tim Keeton

Speaking via his Facebook racing page, Jordan who’s also set to tackle this year British Superbike affiliated National Superstock events, couldn’t hide his excitement at linking up with the hugely respected RAF Regular & Reserves Kawasaki squad.

“To say I am excited is an understatement, the opportunity I have got myself this year is amazing, I still am pinching myself with it all.

I can’t thank Lee Hardy Racing enough for this chance, I am definitely without any question gonna be on the best bikes in the paddock both International and national roads with John Burrows (BE Racing/RK Racing) as well.

I really can’t wait to get 2020 underway, thank you to everyone that have continued supporting me.”

Words by Stevie Rial

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