Jason O'Halloran

After competing in Australia from 2001, O’Halloran burst onto the British scene in 2009 where he made debut in the British Superbike Championship – albeit short lived. The ‘O’Show’ remained in the British Championship for 2010, stepping down to the Supersport category where he finished the year in eighth overall. Following from his year in Supersport, Jase stepped up to the National Superstock 1000cc Championship where the Australian competed for two seasons, ending the latter second in the Championship.

After a strong title attack in the Superstock class, O’Halloran returned to the British Superbike Championship in 2015 with Honda, where he remained until the end of the 2018 season. In that time, O’Halloran picked up fifteen podiums and a sole race victory, before making the switch to the McAMS Yamaha YZF-R1 for the 2019 season.

O’Halloran’s debut year on Yamaha machinery saw the Australian end the year in tenth place, picking up a single podium at Assen towards the end of the season – but had showed impressive form throughout the twelve rounds.

O’Halloran will remain with the McAMS Yamaha team as he once again joins Tarran Mackenzie in a title attack, this time, on the new YZF-R1.

Jason O'Halloran Rider Number: 22
  • Date of Birth 30 Dec 1987
  • Age 32
  • Hometown Wollongong, Australia

British Superbikes

  • 1 Race Wins
  • 17 Race Podiums
  • 3 Pole Positions
  • 134 Race Appearances
  • 1st Best Race Finish
  • 5th Best Championship Finish

Career

National Superstock 1000

  • 5 Total Wins
  • 18 Total Podiums

2014

  • 2nd Championship
  • 1st Best Race Finish
  • 10 Podiums
  • 2 Wins

2012

  • 2nd Championship
  • 1st Best Race Finish
  • 6 Podiums
  • 3 Wins

2011

  • 9th Championship
  • 2nd Best Race Finish
  • 2 Podiums
  • 0 Wins

British Supersport

  • 6 Total Podiums

2013

  • 6th Championship
  • 2nd Best Race Finish
  • 5 Podiums
  • 0 Wins

2010

  • 8th Championship
  • 3rd Best Race Finish
  • 1 Podiums
  • 0 Wins

Australian Superbike

2008

  • 1st Championship

Australian Supersport

2007

  • 1st Championship
  • 7 Wins

2006

  • 3rd Championship

2005

  • 7th Championship