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Donington BSB: O’Halloran ready to ‘hit ground running’

McAMS Yamaha’s Jason O’Halloran is hoping to capitalise on his Oulton Park progress as BSB arrives at Donington Park.

The Leicestershire track saw O’Halloran take both a victory and rostrum finish in the opening stages of 2021’s Bennetts British Superbike Championship title fight.

The Australian, however, has taken a different approach in 2022, opting to use the opening few rounds to evaluate a number of new parts with the YZF-R1. Satisfied with the direction chosen in Cheshire, the rider who took the most wins last season appears to be feeling confident ahead of the upcoming weekend.


“In the final race at Oulton it felt like we had made some real progress with the bike, so I’m looking forward to continuing that at Donington this weekend,” O’Halloran said. “So far this year we have worked through a lot and from that we’ve learned quite a bit about our package.

“In theory this weekend we should be able to hit the ground running and look at only fine-tuning the bike. We won at Donington last year so we know it’s a good track for the bike, so hopefully we can get back up the sharp end.”

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