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Dunlop ‘open to proposals’ for Superbike class

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Michael Dunlop has said he is ‘open to proposals’ when it comes to who he’ll be riding for in the Superbike class for this season.

In a statement released on social media, the Ballymoney road racer wrote:

“Despite all the rumours flying around about who I will be riding for this year I can confirm that I currently have no agreement in place to ride a Superbike for this season and i’m open to proposals.”

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Dunlop had previously raced the Superbike class with the Northern Ireland Tyco BMW team, TAS racing.

Going on to speak about the other bike classes, Michael said:

“I will be doing my own thing for the supersport and superstock classes under the md racing banner as usual as that has proved to be a good way of doing things but we would always welcome new sponsors who are looking to partner with a successful team.”

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