The 2021 season is ramping up and Burns Racing has been putting in lots of work for the upcoming season with a manufacturer change for their Sport Bike entry. Fielding a properly equipped Kawasaki ZX-636 the Burns Racing team is looking to be a contender in the full Amateur Sport Bike series. Amateur rider, Aaron Burns had nothing but good things to say when asked about the new brand. “It was an easy decision to switch to the new brand [Kawasaki] after a few testing sessions aboard the bike at Calabogie Motorsports Park with Pro 6 Cycle. The power comes on strong and the bike feels extremely planted in the corners.” Aaron will be competing in the full Amateur Sport Bike class with some one-off rides in Amateur Superbike.
Alan Burns will also be competing in the 2021 season with his sights set on the Pro6GP regional series as well as Lightweight Endurance Racing with SOAR and VRRA aboard the Burns Racing Yamaha R3. when asked about the upcoming season Alan was eager to get things started with this to say: “It’s going to be a good year of racing and we are looking to add to the collection of hardware the R3 has brought us in the past with our 2021 sights set on a pair of Endurance Championships.”
The 2021 season has brought some new faces to the Burns Racing team with James Park of James Park Photography stepping up to improve the social media exposure from Burns Racing after launching a new YouTube channel outlining sponsors, season plans and what it takes to set up the newly acquired ZX-6R.
Burns Racing has secured a great group of sponsors for the 2021 season with Motul, Pazzo Racing, DP Brakes, Snow City Cycle Marine, VnM Sport, Hindle Exhaust, Windmill Motorsports and 613 Motorsports all returning for another year of support. Forsaken Motorsports is one of the new sponsors joining Burns Racing for the upcoming season.
From a press release