Paul Jordan and Burrows Engineering/RK Racing split

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ROADS ace Paul Jordan and the Burrows Engineering/RK Racing squad have parted company, John Burrows confirmed today.

Following outings together at Oliver’s Mount and Armoy earlier this summer the ex-road racer and team boss released a statement this afternoon which reads:

“Burrows Engineering/RK Racing have agreed to amicably part ways with Paul Jordan.

“Unfortunately we feel that the time is right to go our separate ways. Paul still remains as a friend to the team and we would like to thank him for his services in 2020/21 and wish him the best of luck in whatever route his career takes next.

“We will continue our 2021 campaign as planned with our efforts solely behind Mike Browne.”

Jordan has been linked to the PreZ Racing squad, which took Jamie Coward to the title of ‘fastest Yamaha rider ever to lap the IOMTT Mountain Course’..

Jordan joined the Cookstown-based team last year along with Cork man Mike Browne, competing in the teams home race, the only road race to be run in 2020.

But this year’s Armoy road races went less-than-perfect for Jordan after a high speed crash during qualifying broke up momentum.

Today’s statement confirms rumours that link the 29-year-old to a possible PreZ Racing ride in the near future.

Jordan was reported to be testing one of the team’s Yamaha R6 machines at Bishopscourt last week before competing on it in the Supersport classes during the Ulster Superbike Championship round that weekend.

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