Commenting yesterday via social media platforms, Waterford’s Brian McCormack revealed that he has retained the support of Roadhouse Macau and Senior TT winners FHO Racing for his latest real road racing campaign.
In contrast to 2022, the Republic of Ireland’s quickest TT exponent will race under a new team-name this year, the Roadhouse Macau Racing by FHO.
S1000RR BMW mounted for TT 2023, the North West 200 (pending event taking place), McCormack is hoping for brighter fortunes in the summer.
Thirteen years on from first sampling the TT Races, his CV at the world’s most acclaimed road race worldwide includes:
Lapping close to the 129-mph lap mark, twelve top twenty finishes, placing ninth in the Dunlop Senior race of 2019.
Alongside the Roadhouse Macau/FHO BMW steeds, the multi Faugheen 50 race winner’s bike stable for 2023 also features the Global Robots supported 765 Triumph, RS660 Aprilia.
Quietly optimistic of strong progress with the Triumph, Aprilia models, McCormack as in the Superbike, Superstock classes is not to be underestimated.
Photo credit: Mark Corlett
Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou