ZAK Corderoy has inked a deal with Binch Racing as he returns to the Pirelli National Superstock 600 ranks for 2021.
The regular Thundersport GB dabbler, who was a regular front-runner in the Bennetts British Superbike championship’s junior stock series last season, joins Dave Binch’s squad with eyes fixed firmly on the crown.
Corderoy scored four podiums in the shortened 2020 Superstock campaign aboard his own team’s ZX-6R, including three runner-up finishes, en route to third in the points just behind Rhys Irwin and champ Ben Luxton.
But this season, he’s hoping to take over the top spot.
“Following a great year racing-wise for me in 2020, it’s a pleasure to team up with Binch Racing for 2021,” Cordoy said.
“It is a team that has a great track record on the road racing scene, and I have no doubt we can do great things together on the short circuits.
“The race season can’t come soon enough…We have our eyes firmly set on the championship and I can’t wait to get out on the Yamaha.”
Team boss Dave Binch also revealed his excitement at his new signing, and said he might even be looking at a possible road racing move with Corderoy in the future…
“I am over the moon to have signed Zak,” he said. “Ultimately, we have the desire to win races and with Zak onboard the Binch Racing Yamaha R6 we are giving ourselves the best chance of achieving this goal.
“He is a great talent and who knows, we may even tempt him to ride one of my bikes at the Isle of Man TT in the future.
“However, for the time being our challenge is preparing ourselves to give the best chance of podium success in the 2021 BSB Pirelli National Superstock 600 championship.”
Binch Racing’s 2020 Stock 600 rider Adam McLean is set to take the reins of the team’s TZ250 for road racing events this season, with a second rider yet to be announced.