The McAMS Yamaha Team returned to the track to complete their private test program this week, after a productive day at the Croft Circuit in North Yorkshire.
With the COVID-19 delayed British Superbike Championship getting underway in just over two weeks, both Jason O’Halloran and Tarran Mackenzie focused on completing more laps aboard their 2020 YZF-R1s as they prepare for the delayed season.
The test marked the third outing for the team on the superbike since lockdown restrictions eased, after a shakedown test at Knockhill two weeks ago and a brief outing at Donington Park last week.
Both riders enjoyed returning to Croft, a track that hasn’t featured on the BSB calendar since 2011.
Mackenzie had a positive and productive day as he took to the Croft circuit for the first time in over ten years. The Ashby-de-la-Zouch based rider focused on completing as many laps as possible ahead of next week’s official BSB test at Donington Park.
On the other side of the garage, O’Halloran enjoyed getting back out on his superbike-spec R1 after completing a few days on a road bike at Cadwell Park and Oulton Park earlier this month.
McAMS Yamaha will head to Leicestershire’s Donington Park for a final full day of test action next week, before the 2020 BSB season commences between August 7-9 at the same venue.