Caribbean Motor Racing Championship’s (CMRC) reigning super stock champions, Team Mohamed’s Enterprise, have virtually retained their crown ahead of this weekend’s Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club (GMRSC) Ignite race meet which serves as the 2018 CMRC final leg.
Despite missing the first leg in Jamaica, clean sweeps in Barbados and Trinidad & Tobago (T&T) have almost guaranteed the reigning champions glory once again in 2018.
The trio of Matthew Truelove and his brother Harry along with Suzuki’s factory rider Richard Cooper, will be in a race of their own as owner of Mohamed’s racing, Azruddin Mohamed, confidently posited to Kaieteur Sport that the opposition stands no chance and his riders will be aiming at lowering the overall track record at South Dakota which the champions had set since 2016.
The team, which has two bikes in the superstock class of the CMRC, is no stranger to setting records with the best super stock times at Barbados’ Busy Park (1minute, 1 second), T&T’s Wallerfield (39.5 seconds) and Jamaica’s Jamwest Speedway ( 1 minute 15 seconds).
The older Truelove, Matthew, also has the overall track record (33.3 seconds) at Guyana’s South Dakota and his team is fully prepared to lower it, a feat which Mohamed believes is very possible, once favourable weather lavishes the Timehri track.
SUZUKI Factory rider Richard Cooper will join the team for this weekend’s final leg and he will definitely be a welcomed boost.
Cooper, who lives in Nottingham, England, will pilot Team Mohamed’s Supersport 1000 Yamaha R1.
The 35-year-old, who completed the season with the Buildbase Suzuki team, was the runner-up in the British National Superstock 1000 Championship in 2017 and will definitely bump Team Mohamed’s aim of cracking the track record.
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