JASON Lynn, Glenn Walker and Cameron Dawson will lead the charge for JMcC Roofing Racing next season as they hit the Ulster SBK championship grid.
The trio are set to join forces under Jason McCaw’s banner with plans to take on both the Superbike and Supersport classes in the Northern Irish series as
McCaw will be looking to build on success from 2019, where he was part of Carl Phillips’ Superbike title win aboard the JMcC Suzuki, while the team boss has also tasted success with Jeremy McWilliams, multiple roads champ Derek McGee and last year’s USBK SS300 champ Dawson.
For 2021, however, Lynn will spearhead the team’s big bike assault onboard a Suzuki GSXR 1000.
This year was set to be the four-time USBK Supersport champ’s rookie season in the Superbike ranks and despite Covid-related cancellations, he did taste victory by beating reigning roads champ Derek Sheils and 18-time Isle of Man TT winner Mciahel Dunlop at the sole Kirkistown meeting.
Joining Lynn in the big bike class is Walker, the most experienced of the team’s riders, aboard a Kawasaki ZX10R Superstock machine.
A roads and short-circuit racer, Walker has competed at the Manx Grand Prix, finished second at the Dundrod 150 in 2016 and bagged podium finishes at Armoy. He’ll be looking to continue the mix as he takes on both the Ulster championship and the North West 200.
Heading the Supersport charge is teen Dawson, one of Ireland’s’s top tips for future success who finished fourth in the Hel Performance British Junior Supersport this season with podium finishes at Silverstone and Oulton Park.
The 16-year-old will step up to the 600 ranks in the Ulster championship aboard a Kawasaki ZX-6R.