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EHA Racing throw Seeley a British Supersport lifeline

Former Dickies British Supersport Champion Alastair Seeley has been thrown a lifeline by EHA Racing after his MV Agusta team withdrew for the rest of the season.

The Carrickfergus rider, who raced for the team at this year’s North West 200, will campaign one of the team’s Yamaha YZF-R6s at Silverstone this weekend.

“It’s been the most positive phone call I’ve had this week. To be honest it’s the one ride I would have picked, had there been a choice, as I really enjoyed riding the EHA Racing Yamaha back in May – at both the North West 200 and also in testing with David and Ross the following week,” said Seeley.


“It’s a competitive package and despite only agreeing the deal this afternoon [Thursday], I’m confident we can tweak the set-up to suit me, in the knowledge that we can be racing at the sharp end on Saturday and Sunday.

“Thanks to EHA Racing for working hard to make this happen and to David on my side of the fence for screwing it all together. I’m really looking forward to it.”

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