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Northern Regions Motorcycle Racing at Zwartkops on Saturday 31st May 2014.

Motorcycle racing in South Africa is getting better and better. We have our National heroes racing in prime world events such as Sheridan Morais, The Binder Family and Matthew Scholtz.
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It all starts with our regional motorcycle where our heroes are born under an extreme competitive environment. On Saturday at Zwartkops there will be some 120 plus aspirational racers from 13 categories and 16 race heats… this will be all out action on two wheels!
Starting with special female category “The Ladies Cup” at 08h00, they will be hot in action. Cydney Farinha will be looking for victory as will Tayla Farinha. Ellie Brooke, Lisl Viljoen and Wendy Odendaal are all Zwartkops locals and will run impressive times.
The RSR Breakfast Run Class will have at least 25 superbikes on grid with enthusiastic riders like Simon Fourie, Michael Viljoen and Jarrod Luck. These riders will battle each other with 600cc and 1000cc superbikes as Kawasaki ZX6 & ZX10 will race the Honda CBR, BMW S 1000 RR and Ducati.
Luca Balaona and Luca Coccioni will have a dice in the Honda NSF 100 Junior Trophy, with the stars of the future on the little 100cc motorcycles.
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Botts, Masters and Formula Xtreme will race together in two exciting heats, riders such as Brian Bontekoning, Donovan Fourie, Thomas Brown, Teddy Brooke, Kyle Robinson and Jannie Odendaal. These riders are well acquainted with Zwartkops and will try to out-maneuver their rivals.
The 150 Cup will have Rohan Van Rooyen, Cameron Aitken, and Luca Coccioni who will be looking for a victory on the day.
Moto 3, GP 125 and the 250 Club categories will team up and race together with young Keagan Bontekoning and Allan Jon Venter to battle it out.
In the 250 Cup regional racers like Hanro Van Rooyen, Dorren Loureiro and William Friend will do their best to stay in the front and in the lead of the championship.
The Unlimited Superbikes and 600cc Supersports will see the big guns with the experience on track. None other than former National Superbike Champion Greg Gildenhuys will be racing like the wind on his BMW HP4, with his stall mate Ryan Ottens will be looking to pass Greg. So will Brandon Goode, young Anthony Shelley and Lance Isaacs. On the 600cc supersport bikes Darien Kayser will be looking for another win as will Nicole van Aswegen on her Triumph Daytona.
See you at Zwartkops on Saturday 31st May.
Gate open by 06h00, tickets are available from the gate at R60 per Adult, R40 per student and children under 12 for free. Racing starts at 10h00.
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