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Old 12-09-2014, 08:00 AM   #1
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TAS Racing splits from Suzuki

Philip Neill confirms TAS Racing is to take on a new challenge

TAS Racing splits from Suzuki



THE Northern Ireland based team TAS Racing will be taking on a new challenge in 2015 and therefore has ended its relationship with Suzuki.

TAS Racing has completed 14 consecutive seasons, with the support of Suzuki, in the British Championship amounting to three Championship titles and over 50 British Superbike podiums along with competing in various International Road Races.

TAS Racing Managing Director Philip Neill commented: "I have to be honest and say it will certainly be a challenge to change direction after such a long period of time leading the charge for Suzuki, both in British championship and also on the international road racing scene.

"On behalf of our team, my father Hector and I would like to personally thank Suzuki for their support over the years. Having enjoyed a long-term family relationship with Suzuki, it was an absolute honour to have been given the opportunity to represent the brand."

Neill added: "I have met and worked with some great people within the Suzuki organisation, many of whom will remain personal friends, which shows the level of mutual respect we have shared over the years.

"I'm sure we will see them in British championship and at the international road races next year, and while we will focus solely on our own success, we certainly wish them well."



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