Using revamped Yamaha YZF-R6 machinery, Team Appleyard Macadam Racing refined their settings in the Portuguese sunshine before testing the latest spec Pirelli tyres at a chilly Silverstone test last week to ascertain tyre durability.
With both Jack Kennedy and Brad Jones feeling fit and healthy and with a year of development on the latest generation R6; the team now wants to pick up where they left off last season and start collecting more BSB silverware.
"I’m feeling confident for Silverstone especially after our test there. I felt the only thing that let us down last year at this circuit was rear tyre life, which we have a new compound for this time around. We gained some positive info using this new tyre at the test which we can maintain a strong pace on over race distance.
I’ve got to be honest, I’m expecting to win both races and the forecast looks great so it will be nice to have some warm temperatures to ride in."
"I’m really excited to get the season going, I’ve got a top bike and great team around me. We’ve had a productive pre-season so I’m feeling good on the bike. Round one is always interesting as that’s when you see where everyone is at, Silverstone is a brilliant place to gets things underway for the season opener and one I’ve been looking forward to for months!"
"Alex and the team in the workshop have worked hard this winter and after a couple of decent tests are raring to get going. We’re proud once again to be spearheading the Yamaha Supersport effort along with Integro, Colin Appleyard Macadam and our new oil partner Rock Oil.
Jack will do everything he can to retain his title and be the man to beat. Brad is looking to step up and be a regular visitor to the rostrum in what will be a very tough grid."
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