Just like Ryan Rahaman, his involvement in motor racing is no accident, but
rather flooded in his ancestry, having a long extraction of family members who‘ve either participated in the sport or are still doing so.
Superbiker Matthew Vieira was born into a family of motor racers who were among the most dominant in their time and this young and precocious rider has set his sights on following in their footsteps, especially his father and mentor Mark.
Matthew, who rides a Kawasaki, will be competing in both the Superstock and Supersport categories at this Sunday’s Seaboard Marine Caribbean Motor Racing Championship and according to him he is eager to challenge the opposition in his quest to come out on top.
The young Vieira said apart from his hunger to establish himself as one of the emerging riders his real ambition is to do well for the fans and his sponsors.
Definitely one of the top riders to graduate from the Novices category, Vieira dominated the Race of Champions Meet in March, racing to three wins from as many races.
He, however, will have to contend with the likes of ‘new kid on the block’ Nikhil Seereeram and Heranand Boodram in the Superstock division, while his elevation to the Superspirt category will pit him against the likes of seasoned campaigners such as Stephen Vieira, Carlos Rodrigues, Joel Neblett and Ricardo Fagundes.
The promising racer paid tribute to the support of parenta Mark and Sadika, while the assistance of Navin Seereeram and Paul Yearwood were recognised as well.
Thanks were also extened to the following sponsors namely Maye’s General Store, Mohamed’s Enterprise, Truck Masters, Jumbo Jet and Game Express among others.
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