McGlinchey and Corderoy lead Gearlink Kawawaski BSS lineup

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EUNAN McGlinchey and Zak Corderoy will spearhead Gearlink Kawasaki’s 2022 charge as they continue to chase the Quattro British Supersport crown.

While the Northern Irish rider returns to the squad, Corderoy – who finished third as a multiple race winner in the Pirelli National Junior Superstock series in 2021 – makes the step up to BSS after a number of years in the stock ranks.

With Ben Currie off to pastures new in the World Supersport Championship, the Kawasaki squad is hoping to take the fight to the wire just as the Australian did this season.

And with former British Supersport star Ben Wilson stepping up to take over for Michael de Bidaph as Gearlink’s Team Manager, it’s all change for 2022.

“We are really pleased to have signed Zak and retain Eunan for another year,” Wilson said.

Corderoy joins the team after a standout season in Junior Superstock…

“We feel we have a strong lineup this year and, with the knowledge we have, I believe both riders can run at the front.

“It has always been the ethos of the Gearlink team to develop and bring on new riders, and I feel there is definite potential in both Zak and Eunan.

“Eunan finished in a strong sixth place in last years’ championship and has shown that he has the pace to be on the podium. Zak really caught my eye with his mature approach to racing and his dominating form towards the end of last season in the Junior Superstock 600 Championship.”

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