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Jason O' Halloran

Jason O'Halloran steps aboard the Kawasaki ZX10-RR for the first time in 2024. After being onboard a Yamaha with McAMS Racing since 2019, it's time to change things up. 'O'Show' boasts a plethora of podium finishes and race wins, and we're looking forward to seeing what he can do aboard our Ninja's. 


O’Halloran burst onto the British scene in 2009 where he made his debut in the British Superbike Championship – albeit short-lived. The ‘O’Show’ remained in the British Championship for 2010, stepping down to the Supersport category where he finished the year in eighth overall. Following from his year in Supersport, Jase stepped up to the National Superstock 1000cc Championship where the Australian competed for two seasons, ending the latter second in the Championship.

After a strong title attack in the Superstock class, O’Halloran returned to the British Superbike Championship in 2015 with Honda, where he remained until the end of the 2018 season. It was here that Jason got to know his now Crew Chief, Ian Prestwood. It's this relationship that we believe will be a firm title winning relationship for 2024.


Max Cook

Max has been an FS-3 Racing supported rider for many years, 2023 was his first time onboard the Superbike. Max outdid everyones expectations and performed exceptionally well for a Rookie rider. The highlight of his 2023 year was leading a race at Thruxton, and being the Rookie Champion - the leader out of 6 2023 Rookies. 


Previously, Max has raced in the Pirelli National Junior Superstock Championship. In 2022 he won the championship with 9 race wins, 5 all time lap records and 8 pole positions. Prior to that he's raced in the Junior World Championships and achieved the lap record at the Portuguese GP which was held by current MotoGP rider Fabio Quatararo since 2014. In 2018, Max was selected to represent Britain in the Red Bull Rookies MotoGP Cup for 2 years, and won the 2017 British Moto3 Championship at BSB.

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