Veteran racer Russell Wood bade his fans farewell in front of a packed Kyalami circuit on Saturday before the younger riders showed off the sort of talent available in local Superbike action.
Spectacular superbike action awaits the crowds at East London’s Scribante circuit this weekend as possible championship runners-up Sheridan Morias and Trevor Crookes go head-to-head in the next two rounds.
Hudson Kennaugh was crowned SA Superbike champion on Saturday after he won both Round 13 and 14 and set the quickest two-wheeler lap time in the history of the East London circuit.
This year’s premier South African two-wheeler racing title was clinched in style at the East London Grand Prix circuit on Saturday (August 28). Cell C Suzuki racer Hudson Kennaugh became the 2004 Radiator SA Superbike champion by winning Rounds 13 and 14 of the title chase around this country’s fastest race circuit.
Suzuki’s domination in this season’s SA Superbike Championship came under serious threat this weekend by none other than the spectacular Sheridan Morias.
With the country’s premier motorcycle championship already decided, it’s up to the remaining riders to fight for honour in the next two rounds of the SA Superbike Championship on at Kyalami this weekend.
The new 1000cc South African Superbike brigade visited the Pretoria Zwartkops Raceway for the first time on Saturday (June 26) – with spectacular results.
After setting the pace with the fastest qualifying lap, Suzuki’s Hudson Kennaugh went on to receive maximum points by winning both of the day’s thrilling encounters.
On the new 1 000 cm3 superbikes’ first championship visit to Zwartkops this weekend, could favourite Hudson Kennaugh, or perhaps Trevor Crookes, become the first rider to lap the 2,4 km circuit in under 60 seconds?
The 2004 LeopardRock.com Superbike Championship will reach its halfway point at the Pretoria Zwartkops Raceway next Saturday (June 26).