Mar 04, 2015 Sports
Basking in the glory of a dominating performance during the first round of the Caribbean
Motor Racing Championship (CMRC), Guyana’s Superbike star Stephen ‘Valentino Rossi’ Vieira took time yesterday to extend heartfelt gratitude to his sponsors and support members of his team.
Speaking with Kaieteur Sport yesterday via telephone, Vieira, who registered two first places and a second from three starts, acknowledged the assistance received from his main sponsor Continental Agencies under its Sunburst Orange Juice brand, Seaboard Marine, Fly Jamaica, and the Ministry of Tourism.
Appreciation was also extended for the support of Chief Mechanic Maurice Menezes, Smelly, Alvin Droupe and the members of the Guyana contingent that travelled to the island to participate in the Championship.
Vieira, who has the existing records on most of the Circuits that the CMRC is staged in, placed his name in the record books once again with a blistering 1.11.665.lap to establish a new record for the recently constructed Jamwest Track in Westmoreland.
He added that with the positive start that he has had it now gives him the impetus to go to the next Meet brimming with confidence.
“I know the younger brigade that includes Elliott Vieira, who managed to beat me into second place in one of the three races will also be coming hard at me, while riders such as Nikhil (Seereeram), Matthew (Vieira) and a few others no doubt will be aiming to battle me for individual supremacy.”
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