Mar-Train Racing have unveiled their new Yamaha R6 for the upcoming British Supersport Championship.
The Northern Ireland-based team have unveiled their traditional blue and white livery ahead of this weekend’s official BSB test at Snetterton.
Mar-Train have teamed up with Dubliner Jack Kennedy in a bid to lead the reigning British Supersport champion to a record fourth title.
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The team renewed its relationship with the three-time champion after his last race with the Yamaha-backed team in 2012 with a successful season that culminated in the narrow loss of the Supersport title in the final race of the season.
Kennedy claimed that third Supersport crown in 2021 after winning seven races and securing 17 podiums to beat his closest championship rival by 38 points.
Team owner Tim Martin said: “Mar-Train Racing’s full-time assault on the 2022 British Supersport Championship begins here as we unveil a vibrant, traditional livery in Mar-Train livery on our YZF backed by Yamaha. R6.
“ We can’t wait to see what this season brings. Jack is without a doubt one of the most talented Supersport riders on the grid and we have been working hard behind the scenes to put together a package that we believe can propel him to a record championship title.
Added Kennedy: “Mar-Train Racing’s 2022 Yamaha R6 looks amazing, and I’m really looking forward to giving it its first shakedown at this weekend’s official BSB practice at Snetterton.
“It’s great to be back on the Yamaha machines in 2022 with such a successful team. The Yamaha R6 has been the most successful motorcycle in almost all international and national competitions. Supersport campaign and I know that Tim and Sonya, along with Andy Jamison and Kev Stephenson will have developed a bike that will allow us to fight for the championship.
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