Cumbermack leading way in Minibikes

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  • Aeziah Divine is third in the Minibikes class

    Aeziah Divine is third in the Minibikes class


Three riders in the Minibike class posted wins in the Bermuda Motorcycle Racing Club’s race day at the Rubis Southside Raceway at the weekend.

Aiden Lopes, Sheun Simmons and Jediah Cumbermack all claimed heat victories on their 90cc bikes.

Kymaree Pitt leads the class, 22 points ahead of Jediah Cumbermack, with Aeziah Divine in third place, a further 84 points behind.

Although the bike are small, the competition once again proved gripping.

In the Scooters 70 class, Kenneth DeSilva won all three heats to increase his lead in the standings, while Edward Cook secured a treble in the Scooter 4T class.

Nathaniel Binega-Northcott was the only competitor in the Formula Xtreme class, with his three races taking on a staggered start with the minibikes.

The next race day will be on Sunday with the Bluewave Trophy Race Day, which will include a Current Vehicles race and Bermuda Charge Automotive Energy Expo between Clearwater and the Rubis Southside Raceway.

Racing starts from 2pm

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Published Aug 27, 2018 at 6:51 pm (Updated Aug 27, 2018 at 11:07 pm)

Cumbermack leading way in Minibikes

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