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Former World Superbike star Dean Ellison is looking at rides both here and in Europe for the rest of the season after his Co-Ordit team announced it will not contest the rest of the 2008 British Superbike season.

Eliison hasn’t been able to ride to his potential on the privateer Yamaha R1 and is now weighing up offers for tests from various teams.

"It’s a shame really as we started quite well," he said. "I haven’t been sitting on my backside though, I have been on the phone to a few people and I have quite a few things in the fire.


"I will be on a bike again before the end of the year and I have got some options to look at for the 2009 season, so it is far from a disaster."

The Co-Ordit team came to BSB with some backing from Rob Mac Racing. Owner Pete Bradshaw is a former club racer who is massively enthusiastic. He said: "With the down-turn in the economy I have had to make the reluctant decision to end the sponsorship to safe guard funds for what is predicted to be a hard time in our business sector.

"The team will now try and secure funding so that we can return as quickly as possible. Our thanks go out to all those sponsors who have helped and assisted with the team so far together with the staff at MSVR and Rob Mac Racing."

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