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Speedy Reidy returns to Tyco BMW for Superstock title attack

TAS Racing has announced the return of Andy Reid to the Tyco BMW line-up to campaign the all-new BMW Motorrad UK supported S1000RR in the Pirelli National Superstock 1000 Championship series this season, as they bid to retain the title they celebrated last year with Keith Farmer.

Reid last rode for Tyco BMW in the Superbike class in 2017, and after a handful of wins last year in the highly-charged Superstock 1000 series, he is very much looking forward to being back in the familiar colours of TAS Racing and Tyco BMW.

Reid said: “I really am stoked to be back in the Tyco BMW team. I loved being here for a short period back in 2017 when a late call came to step up to the Superbike class. Last season I rode in the Superstock series with another set-up, and proved that I have the pace to run at the front and win races.

“On that basis and, getting to work with an experienced crew, who took Keith Farmer to the Superstock title last season on the BMW – I can’t wait to get started. The new S1000RR is a great looking piece of kit. As well as TAS Racing, Tyco and BMW Motorrad, I’d also like to take this opportunity to thank my personal sponsors Cool Milk and Xpress Coffee for their continued support this season.”

Team Manager Philip Neill concluded: “There is no disputing the talent Andy possesses, and I firmly believe we are still to see the best of him. We worked together briefly in Superbike and although he was thrown in at the deep end, he made the best of the opportunity and had some impressive moments on the S1000RR Superbike. We are excited to debut the new Tyco BMW S1000RR and clearly the aim is to be consistent as we learn about the new machine and hopefully place ourselves in a position to fight for the Superstock title once again.” 

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