McAMS, the UK’s leading motorcycle accident management service, has pledged its unwavering support to the McAMS Yamaha British Superbike team in spite of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
As the world joins together to fight COVID-19, organisers of the Bennetts British Superbike Championship postponed the start of the 2020 season, which was due to get underway over this Easter weekend at Silverstone, in line with government advice. As it stands, there will be no BSB racing until at least the end of May.
Despite the uncertainty and lack of race action, McAMS have pledged their full and continued support to the team for the duration of the crisis and beyond as they look forward to getting back on track as soon as it safe and responsible to do so.
McAMS has been in partnership with Raceways Motorcycles since the start of the 2017 season as title sponsor of the factory-supported Yamaha British Superbike team.
Forming part of Direct Accident Management, McAMS and the wider group have been helping people who have been involved in motorcycle, car and cycling accidents since the company was founded in 1996. During the crisis, they continue to provide invaluable support in keeping key workers, including delivery riders, on the road.