Jul 29, 2009 Sports Comments Off on King extends reign
– Jad Rahaman, Vieira, Pires impressive
Despite a less than desirable turnout of competitors, the sprinkling of fans that descended at the South Dakota Circuit last Sunday were treated to a day of exciting races with Group 4 champion Andrew King completely dominating his opponents, while go-karter Kristian Jeffrey, also duplicated his performance as he too raced unbeaten.
Other good performances came from veteran Jad Rahaman, who won two Group 2A races, the same as Super-bike champion Stephen Vieira and another old hand Victor Pires, who captured two 125cc motor bike races.
In the day’s full results:
– 1st Jad Rahaman, 2nd Shivanand Seebarran, 3rd Aaron Bethune; Rookies– 1st Harold Hopkinson, 2nd Raj Singh, 3rd Soren Griffith; 125 cc Motorbikes- Victor Pires, 2nd Charles Henery, 3rd Ravi Singh;
– 1st Kristian Jeffrey, 2nd Stefan Jeffrey, 3rd Alex Fiedtkou; GP3– 1st Gavin Gayadin, 2nd Ravi Singh (T&T), 3rd Ryan Rahaman; GP4– 1st Andrew King, 2nd Paul Vieira, 3rd Kevin Jeffrey; GP2B– 1st Ryan Rahaman, 2nd Kemal Rahaman; GP2A– 1st Jad Rahaman, 2nd Aaron Bethune, 3rd Shivanand Seebarran;
1st Shayne Seebarran, 2nd Soren Griffith, 3rd Harold Hopkinson; Superbikes 1- 1st Carlos Rodrigues, 2nd Stephen Vieira, 3rd Andy Rajkaran; Go-karts– 1st K. Jeffrey, 2nd S. Jeffrey, 3rd A. Fiedtkou; Superbikes– 1st S. Vieira, 2nd C. Rodrigues, 3rd Maurice Menezes;
– 1st S. Griffith, 2nd S. Seebarran, 3rd Vickey Persaud; Group 4– 1st A. King, 2nd P. Vieira, 3rd Keith Evelyn- Group 3 & 2– 1st R. Singh, 2nd G. Gayadin, 3rd R. Rahaman; Super-bikes– 1st S. Vieira, 2nd A. Rajkaran, 3rd Joel Niblette;
– 1st A. King, 2nd K. Jeffrey, 3rd P. Vieira; Group 3– 1st R. Rahaman, 2nd G. Gayadin, 3rd R. Singh; 125cc– 1st V. Pires, 2nd C. Henery, 3rd R. Singh; Go-karts– 1st K. Jeffrey, 2nd A. Fiedtkou, 3rd Jerry Max Gouveia; Handicap race– 1st A. King, 2nd J. Rahaman, 3rd R. Rahaman.
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