– Stephen Vieira, Fagundes, Tjin-Liep-Shie also impressive
The King is back. That was the overwhelming chant at the end of a fascinating day of racing yesterday, at the South Dakota Circuit.
It was the day when former king of the South Dakota Circuit Mark Vieira reclaimed his throne with the only hitch being the absence of nemesis Andrew King, who did not race due to a personal assignment overseas.
In his absence, Vieira took full advantage blazing to two wins from three starts with the only disappointment coming in the first Group 4 race where his Mazda RX8 developed electrical problems that evidently affected his placing at the top.
In the second race, he started on pole and led throughout the race to register an emphatic win ahead of Ryan Rahaman and Irfaan Kalamadeen and in the final event in the category the master was once again clinically efficient romping to another convincing victory ahead of his brother Paul and Ryan Rahaman.
Also registering outstanding performances were Stephen ‘Valentino Rossi’ Vieira, who continued his recent mastery over Canadian Kevin Graham, racing to two wins and a two second places, while Suriname’s Oliver Tjin-Liep-Shie was not to be outdone, racing to two firsts and a second place in his three starts in the Group 2B division.
Superbiker Ricardo Fagundes, who campaigns in the ‘B’ class also showed commanding form, beating the field on three occasions, while adding a second place.
Also in winners row were, Chet Singh in the Group 2A Class, Motilall Deodass in the Group 2B Division, Mohamed Ali in the Novices category, Mohamed Roshandin in the Group 2A, Carey Griffith in the Super Bike ‘B’ Class, Joel Neblett in the Super bike ‘A’ Class, John Joseph in the Group 2A Division and Kevin Graham in the Super bike ‘A’ Class.
Kaieteur Sport will bring the full results in the next issue.
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