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Tim Neave parts ways with McAMS Yamaha to take a break from racing

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Tim Neave, McAMS Yamaha, Yamaha R1, 2023 BSB, Oulton Park, action [credit - Tim Keeton/Impact Images]

McAMS Yamaha has announced it has parted ways with rookie rider Tim Neave in the run up to Round 4 of the 2023 British Superbike Championship (BSB) at Knockhill.

The 27-year old made had been in the midst of his first full-time BSB season with the 2021 title-winning team, Neave previously competed with McAMS Yamaha in the National Superstock Championship

Getting the nod to replace Tarran Mackenzie in its BSB team for 2023 alongside Jason O'Halloran, Neave joined twin brother and Honda Racing rider Tom Neave on the grid.


However, following a modest start to the season - with a best result of 13th at the Silverstone opener - Neave has made the decision to step away from racing for personal reasons

“We are sad to be parting company with Tim, but fully respect his decision as he needs to do what is right for him," said team boss Steve Rodgers.

"He’s been a pleasure to have in the team and in that time we have achieved a lot together including the first Yamaha Superstock win in over a decade. We genuinely wish him well in whatever comes next.”

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