Irish star Glenn Irwin believes he is running out of time to secure a ride for 2012 as the start of the British Superbike season approaches and he is still yet to find a place to ply his trade for 2012.
The youngster was set to ride for Racedays Kawasaki in the European Superstock 600 series but a problem put paid to that opportunity and Irwin is now desperate to find a ride either in that series or in the British paddock.
"I am training as hard as ever ahead of the season. In fact training with Alistair Seeley has worked well and I feel I am in the shape of my life. I know what I can do given a decent package and I can only hope someone wants to throw me a lifeline. I know the UK circuits now and feel I can step up on anything I have already achieved in England," he said.