Curran and Idaq Suzuki Team Up have decided to run their own race team during the 2012 Season in the National Superstock 1000 Class and are running rider Paul Curran in the class on board the Suzuki GSXr-1000. The team have just returned back from their first official test in Spain, they were part of the PaceDayz track day's event at the new circuit Alcarras.

The team had their first outing together and enjoyed five successful days testing on the new bike and are eager to get the season started at Brands Hatch on Easter Weekend. The new team are based in Sheffield, Yorkshire and are looking forward to their first full season in the British Superbike Championship and running their own one rider team.

Team Principal Mark Roebuck commented "I've always had a love for bikes, we met Paul last year and things have just moved on from there. We're very excited about the new season and running in the National Superstock 1000 class under the banner especially with the quality of entrants. It is going to be a big learning curve but we are ready for the challenge and should be a good year."

27-year-old Paul Curran from Cannock, Staffordshire said "I'm really grateful to Mark and Sarah Roebuck for taking me under their wing and running me in the Championship this year. We had a really good test at Alcarras and I really like the Suzuki to ride. We made a lot of changes and have a good base setup so now I just want to get out and race. We will be attending the first Official British Superbike test at Snetterton on the 22nd March and hopefully fine tune the setup before we go to the first race on Easter Weekend at Brands Hatch."

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