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Harms remains with Lloyd & Jones/PR Racing

Danish rider Robbin Harms is set to return to BSB with PR Racing next year after impressing the team in two outings at the end of this season
Danish rider Robbin Harms is set to return to PR Racing for the 2016 MCE British Superbike championship after impressing the team with two outings at the end of this season.

The former World Supersport podium finisher began the 2015 campaign with the MotoDex BMW squad in BSB before lining up with Liverpool-based PR Racing and will retain his place at the team in 2016 when it runs under the Lloyd & Jones/PR Racing banner.

Harms is already looking forward to a positive new year as he prepares for pre-season testing in the coming weeks, with the team set to announce new developments and machinery next month.

"I am looking forward to getting back into the British Championship for a full season and working together with PR Racing who I had the pleasure of working with at the last two rounds this year,” Harms said. “I think we can work hard to move forward again next season and I am looking forward to getting the season started again. I know that we will have a good programme ahead of us, but I trust in PR's great experience and we will be aiming for top ten finishes."

Team owner John Jameson says he is hoping to create some momentum with Harms after he secured a points finish in the final race of the year at Brands Hatch.

"We are delighted to have Robbin joining us again and I think with a full season together we can really build some momentum,” Jameson said. “We have some exciting new developments that we will announce in the New Year and we are looking forward to the new season with high hopes for some strong results."


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