The Binch Racing Team will return to the Quattro Group British Supersport Championship this season, signing Zak Corderoy and Oliver Barr to line up on Yamaha R6s for their 2024 campaign.
The team have worked with Corderoy in the past, finishing third overall in the 2021 Pirelli National Junior Superstock Championship and Barr joins the team for his debut in the series.
Corderoy said: "It’s good to be back on a Yamaha again. I need to say a massive thanks to David and his team. I can’t tell you all how excited I am to get racing again with the Binch crew. It’s a team I have full belief in and I know they will do everything they can for me. The package they put underneath me will be everything I need and I know we can do some great things together. Roll on testing.”
Barr said: "I would just like to say that I am super grateful to be given the opportunity to be a part of the Binch Racing family. After a very productive winter, I'm feeling ready to get stuck into my rookie season. The whole setup is just what I was looking for and the team have made me very welcome. Racing alongside Zak will be great, I am looking forward to getting to know him and what we can learn along the way. It is going to be a lot of fun."
Team Owner David Binch commented: "Through difficulty and adversity comes strength. The 2023 race season was very difficult for Binch Racing. My sincerest thanks go out once more to all of our sponsors, supporters, friends and family who stood by us. There were many times when giving up was absolutely a possibility, I am very pleased and proud we didn’t! We all dug deep, worked harder, smiled and carried on. 2024 is here now and we come with an enhanced sense of belief and even more drive.
“I am personally thrilled to be flying the Yamaha flag in the Supersport Championship this year. Zak and Oliver have so much talent; all the boys and girls at Binch Racing are totally committed to giving the boys an environment where they can succeed.
“Zak Corderoy gave us our first National win back in 2021. He went on to win five more races for us that season. I'm thrilled to have him back on our Yamahas for the 2024 and his determination to be at his physical best and his hard riding style is exactly what we need.
“I had the opportunity to work with Oliver last season and I saw his natural talent in action - I was very impressed. From club level to watching him compete against us and win at Knockhill last year told me all I needed to know, I wanted to work with Ollie. We are under no illusion, Oliver and the team are going to have to work hard and it will be tough in such a competitive class, but we are not afraid of hard work and neither is Ollie."