Sheridan Morias scored victories in both Superbike Championship races this weekend, cutting current points leader Shaun Whyte’s lead down to two points with four races remaining.
The weekend’s rounds of the local Superbike championship played out at Port Elizabeth’s Aldo Scribante circuit and went Yamaha’s way as Sheridan Morias clinched both races for the First Technology team.
In the absence of Suzuki’s Hudson Kennaugh, Yamaha rider Shaun Whyte could maximise his championship lead in the Radiator SA Superbike series at Aldo Scribante this weekend.
The Killarney circuit outside Cape Town hosted this weekend’s Superbike championship where reigning champion Hudson Kennaugh overshadowed the field by winning both races.
Zimbabwean Shaun Whyte grabbed the lead of the Radiator SA Superbike Championship at Kyalami last month, but the First Technology Yamaha R1 rider will face a tough challenge from Hudson Kennaugh’s brand new Suzuki GSX1000 at Killarney on Saturday.
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.
The promising Sheridan Morias led his First Technology Honda team-mates to the team’s first overall win and podium domination in Saturday’s Superbike action at Scribante.
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.