McAdoo Racing confirm two-man line-up for 2021 with Adam McLean and Darryl Tweed spearheading road racing charge

Northern Ireland’s McAdoo Racing team will run Adam McLean and Darryl Tweed in a new-look two-man roads line-up next season.

Thursday, 26th November 2020, 1:17 pm
Updated Thursday, 26th November 2020, 1:32 pm
Adam McLean and Darryl Tweed will ride for the McAdoo Racing team in 2021.

Tobermore man McLean is entering his fourth season with the highly-regarded Cookstown outfit, which is run by father and son Winston and Jason McAdoo.

McLean bagged a double at the Cookstown 100 in September as he made his long-awaited return to the roads following a crash at Tandragee in May 2019.

He is currently recovering from a broken arm following a crash in qualifying at the final round of the British Superstock 600 Championship at Brands Hatch but is aiming to be fully fit for the start of the new campaign.

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McLean is joined in the team by Ballymoney man Tweed, who made a successful debut in the McAdoo colours at the Cookstown 100 in the Supertwin class, finishing as the runner-up behind McLean to secure a one-two at the team’s home event in Co Tyrone.

Tweed will ride a Kawasaki ZX-10RR in addition to a 650cc Supertwin machine in 2021 and will continue to race a Yamaha R6 in the Supersport class for personal sponsor Stanley Stewart.

The Co Antrim rider is also recuperating after sustaining a number of broken bones in a crash in the Lightweight Supersport race at Cookstown.

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