In light of the Coronavirus disrupting this year’s International roads season, the RAF Regular & Reserves Kawasaki team have reaffirmed their commitment to new signing Paul Jordan, stating that they will retain his services for the 2021 season.
Should racing return in the foreseeable future in 2020, the Lee Hardy Racing run squad are planning for Ulster GP Super Twins victor Jordan to tackle selected BSB affiliated National Superstock Championship events.
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Commenting via Facebook about retaining reigning Kells Supersport victor Jordan for 2021, amiable team owner Lee Hardy stated:
“Paul Jordan will be secure with the RAF Regular & Reserve Kawasaki team for the 2021 road race season, I will stand by my chosen rider and will be looking forward to getting Paul out on a bike as soon as we can go racing again.”
It’s good to see loyalty shown in tough, challenging scenarios and I’ve no doubt that the partnership between Lee Hardy and Magherafelt’s Jordan will prove equally beneficial for both in the future at the major International roads meetings.
Words by Stevie Rial