OMG Racing has announced its 2020 road racing plans which include entries at the North West 200 and the Isle of Man TT.

The team has grown to prominence in the Bennetts British Superbike championship in recent seasons with Josh Elliott securing its maiden win in the Superbike class at Silverstone earlier this year.

OMG Racing makes the switch from Suzuki to BMW machinery next year having signed up Luke Mossey and Hector Barbera as its BSB riders with Billy McConnell retained in its National Superstock 1000 championship line-up.

The British squad will also make its road racing debut in 2020 competing in the Superbike and Superstock classes with the BMW S1000RR and with the Yamaha R6 in the Supersport category.

OMG Racing is set to announce its road racing line-up in the coming days, with team principal Paul Curran hinting at “some household TT names” coming into its fold.

“This is obviously a huge announcement as we prepare to take on our first ever roads season as a team,” Curran said.

“Road racing is something which has been on our radar for a while now but was a big investment in terms of time and resources, the team ownership agreed that it was something we couldn’t pass up on though – so it became a case of assembling a team capable of winning.

“Our focus and commitment to British Superbikes won’t be changing, so our supporters can expect us to give 100 percent to both the BSB and the roads across the season.

“We have some vastly experienced people coming on-board to help us develop behind the scenes, and on the bikes themselves – some household TT names – which we’ll be announcing over the coming days.

“We’re not competing just for the fun of it, we’re racing to win and to shake up the road racing competitions as we have done on the circuits.”