Burrows Engineering has revealed the readiness to bustle Irish roads from Covid-19 depression, says
The team is planning to return to their roots in 2022 to fight the Irish national road racing scene at full strength.
In the last 18 months, road racing has been particularly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. At that time, only three national races were held in Ireland; major events such as the Northwest and the TT were canceled several times in a row.
However, a full schedule is set for next year, including a great and loud-spoken return to racing in for the first time since 2019, and the Burrows Engineering crew will be supplying superbike winner Brown at Cookstown 100 in September – top motorcycles Yamaha YZF-R6 and Suzuki GSX-R1000 to complement the Moto3 250 Honda.
By the way, even the child will be involved in the process. The son of the owner, John Burrows, will also take part to compete in Moto3 after trying his hand at two wheels in the championship Minimoto this year.
Co-student Tyrone will also compete in the thriving IMC series next year, gaining knowledge and experience, with the ultimate goal of entering the prestigious British Talent Cup grid in 2024, a move that will be postponed to the next two years after the introduction of the new minimum age rule.