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Jason O’Halloran to partner Max Cook at FS-3 Kawasaki for the 2024 BSB season

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Jason O'Halloran, McAMS Yamaha, Yamaha R1, 2023 BSB, Silverstone, grid, portrait credit - Tim Keeton Impact Images

Jason O’Halloran will make the switch from Yamaha to Kawasaki machinery for the 2024 British Superbike Championship season after penning a fresh deal with Cheshire Mouldings FS-3 Racing.

The Australian, one of the BSB’s most successful and longest-serving competitors, joins the official Kawasaki UK-backed team after five seasons with the McAMS Yamaha team.

He will be paired with Kawasaki’s young protege Max Cook, who gets a second season with the team in the BSB class after an encouraging debut campaign on the Kawasaki ZX-10RR.


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The deal puts an early end to speculation over O’Halloran’s future in the series after being faced without a seat when Raceways/McAMS Yamaha leaves BSB at the end of the year.

“To have a 2024 contract signed in August is a great feeling, but it’s an even better feeling knowing I will be joining FS-3 Racing and Kawasaki. 

“With my current team coming to a close at the end of 2023, it was always going to mean finding a new home for next season. 

‘’When I first met with Nigel, Darren and the team at FS-3, I immediately had a good feeling. I already knew from the years competing against them of the level they operate at, but once I visited the team workshop and sat down with the guys, I knew that it was a place I could continue to push myself and further my career in BSB. 

“With the support of Alan Boyden from AJN Steelstock, we are all going to be in a position to push onto a new level and chase success in the 2024 BSB championship. 

“I’d like to thank Nigel and Darren from FS-3, Ross from Kawasaki UK and Alan from AJN Steelstock for making this possible. I’m excited about the future.”

Team principal Snook says he is looking forward to welcoming such an esteemed competitor in O’Halloran to the team for next year.


“We are excited to have Jason joining us for the 2024 season and must thank Alan Boyden from AJN Steelstock for his help in supporting Jason’s move to our team,” remarked team principal Nigel Snook. 

“We all know that Jason is one of the strongest and most successful riders on the grid. We believe the combination of Jason and a further improved Ninja ZX-10RR will put us in a strong position to be fighting for race wins and the British Superbike Championship crown.”

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