Ballymoney’s Darryl Tweed, has 1000cc machinery secured for next year’s Irish road racing season, following a confirmed partnership with Trison McMullan Racing.
No stranger to the plucky, respected squad, Tweed will have at his disposal for the Cookstown 100, Tandragee 100, Northwest 200, Armoy ‘Race of Legends’, ZX10R Kawasaki tackle.
Commenting today via Facebook, the 2017 Newcomers A Manx GP runner-up, 2018 Irish Road Race Lightweight Supersport Champion stated:
“Delighted to be getting back racing the TMR big bike. Had a great partnership with Trison and his team before so I’m looking forward to much the same in 2024.
We’ve had great success together so hopefully we can pick up where we left off.”
Tweed is set to be joined in the Trison McMullan Racing set-up by Irish roads legend Barry Davidson and the outfit’s lead Senior Support class rider, Lee Osprey.
Quotes via Trison McMullan Racing Facebook page
Photo credit: Mark Corlett
Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou