Shaun Anderson back with NW Racing
By Jack Corry
NW Racing would like to wish all the racing family a very Happy New Year, and we are
looking forward to a busy 2020 season. We are delighted to announce that Shaun
Anderson will be once more riding for the team, and as well as the BMW S1000rr
Superstock bike, we have added a 600 Yamaha to the team, and this will help Shaun get
more valuable track time.
Our first appearance in Ireland will be the Tandragee 100, Shaun’s local course, but before
that, in April, the team will travel to Slovakiaring for pre-season testing. The following
weekend we will racing at Bruno in the Czech Republic. Tandragee will then follow on
1st May, but that’s where the teams plan will slightly stall, as we await to see what the
plans are for the Ulster Grand Prix, as the North West could be on the agenda should the
“Prix” not go ahead.
The Isle of Man TT will be once more be the pinnacle of the team’s plans for the season,
and hopefully we will have better weather than last year, and the addition of the 600 will
be a major plus for the talented Shaun, on the course that he really loves.
Noel Williamson; “I am delighted to have Shaun on board for 2020, and hopefully he will
be much better prepared for the TT this year. With Tandragee being the first Irish outing,
we have included European races that will accommodate Shaun in many ways with his
work and his travel. Shaun is a very professional rider, and with the team that we have
around him he should be able to get the results that he is capable of”
“I am looking forward to getting back to racing as it has been a long winter and I am
delighted to have the support once more from BMW Motorrad. We also have some new
sponsors on board, Paul Tate from DoorsPlusFloors.ie and Stephen Sloan from Hillhead
Reclamation and Salvage in Ballyclare. A massive thanks also to Tolan Designs and Francis
Courtney Engineering for all their work recently and we have renewed our association with
JB22 Crane Hire, Jack Corry and Morrison BHP Online Store. Without these great
supporters there would be no racing.”
Shaun Anderson “I am more than happy to be back with NW Racing. I think 2019 was a
solid season for us, and we now have a great base to start from for 2020. The addition of
a 600 to the stable, will only give me more track time and miles, so hopefully I will be
sharper and that I can push us closer to the front. With one of the Internationals in doubt
this year, It will put even more focus on the TT, but with great machinery, team members
and my normal support crew around me, I am sure I have found a great place for me
coming into the new season, and that has given me an even greater focus in being
prepared for the challenge that lays ahead”
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