Team History

Team 109 enter their second full season of World Championship competition in 2021, once again taking to the grid in the FIM Supersport 300 World Championship.

Prior to joining the WorldSBK paddock, Team 109 have won numerous domestic championship races that has seen them at the sharp end of British Championship competition since the teams’ inception.

It all began in 2015 when David Hurley and Paul Tobin joined forces to create what has become one of the most recognisable teams both in Ireland and within the UK.

Over the past six years Team 109 have supported several riders across various categories of racing including Kevin Keyes, Scott Swann, Curtis Trimble (who returned to motocross after a season of road racing), James McManus, Graeme Irwin and Eunan McGlinchey.

Finishing inside the Top Three overall in the British KTM RC390 Cup in 2015 and 2016, Team 109 secured their first British Championship title in 2018, winning the British Junior Supersport series with Eunan McGlinchey by 48 points!

In addition to contesting WorldSSP300 in 2021, the team will also continue to further develop their riders within BSB – arguably the most competitive domestic series in the world – with several ‘wildcard’ outings planned during the traditional World Championship summer break.

Team 109 have ambitious plans for 2021 and beyond.

Year by Year

2020:

FIM Supersport 300 World Championship

2019:

BSB Junior Supersport Championship
BSB Pirelli National Superstock 600 Championship
BSB Pirelli National Superstock 1000 Championship

2018:

BSB Junior Supersport
BSB Pirelli National Superstock 600 Championship

2017:

BSB Pirelli National Superstock 600 Championship.

2016:

BSB KTM RC390 Cup Championship

2015:

BSB KTM RC390 Cup Championship

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