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PRF Racing is proud to announce the recent signing of Duleek based Strabane Roadracer Ryan McCay.
Ryan had his first shake down two weeks ago testing one of the PRF Suzuki 750’s he will compete on in this year Manx Grand Prix.
Ryan put the machine to test during the heavy rain on Saturday at the Ty-Cros Circuit in Anglesey, to follow on Sunday competing in the Wirral 100 Powerbike Club round to finish a fine 9th place being the 1st 750 home putting in some excellent lap times.
Ryan will have use of a stable of machinery and will be joined by the experienced Carl Rennie who will be on hand to help Ryan though out the year.
Joining Carl and Ryan again will be Scott Wilson ex grasstrack Champion and ex New Era and Wirral 100 Champion Steve McDonald. Ryan will be taking in various short circuits in the UK and Irish Roads, to include the Northwest 200 and the Isle of Man Manx Grand Prix. T
eam owner Paul Rennie said: “We are very pleased to have Ryan on board and know that Ryan will give 110 percent with the support we can give him, the team are looking forward to the year ahead”.
Ryan said: “After spending time with PRF and testing the bikes I found both the team and bikes to be very professional and committed to providing me with a great package, the 750 was fantastic during the weekend and cannot wait to get out on the new 600 that the team are building for me. I would like to thank Paul Rennie of PRF Racing, Dereck Rennie of PRF Engineering and Steve Holden from Diamond H Transport for providing me with this opportunity also a big thanks to my own sponsors back home."
The team competed at the weekend putting in some impressive results with Carl Rennie taking the two wins of the day in the Powerbike race, Scott Wilson finishing 6th on the PRF 1000 Suzuki and Steve McDonald taking the second 750 slot. The team are next out at Oulton Park on the 12th April followed by their First outing of the Season to Ireland for the Cookstown 100.

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