Veteran Jeremy McWilliams conquered Britain and now he's coming back to America.The versatile Ulsterman won the 2010 Henderson Harley-Davidson XR1200 Trophy championship in the United Kingdom, with a victory in the final race of the season that gave him five for the year. The Warr's Harley-Davidson rider will now take his talents to the American South, where he'll ride an XR1200 in the final round of the inaugural Vance & Hines XR1200 Championship at Barber Motorsports Park this coming weekend.McWilliams is no stranger to the U.S. He's done extensive testing for Buell and raced in the 2006 Formula Xtreme championship. McWilliams qualified eight for the 2006 on the XBRR and ran as high as seventh in the early going. But he was knocked out of the race by a mechanical issue on the 38th of 68 laps.

McWilliams also raced at Infineon Raceway, Road Atlanta, Mid-Ohio, and Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, where he carded a season best eighth on the XB12R."I have had an awesome season riding my Warr's XR1200 and winning the championship was our goal," McWilliams said in a press release. "For sure I am excited about returning to the AMA paddock and cannot wait to fire up that XR1200 for the final round of the Vance & Hines XR1200 series. Barber Motorsports Park looks like a truly fantastic track."

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Abrams is the longest-serving contributor at Cycle News. Over the course of his 35-some years of writing and shooting photos, he’s covered events from MotoGP to the Motocross World Championship - and everything in between.

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