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Top riders dominate at national champs

A host of riders went undefeated in the 2011 National Motorbike Championships at the Southside Moto Sports Park on Sunday as bragging rights were at stake in each division.

The event, organised by Bermuda Motocycle Racing Club (BMRC), saw several competitors win all three races in their respective classes, leaving no doubt as to who is the best of the best.

Keanu Wilson captured the GP125 crown, leading from the front in all three races. Jordan Fletcher grabbed three seconds.

Peter Terceira won all of his three races to claim the SuperMoto Class title ahead of Earlston Bradshaw who had three seconds, while Shannon Caisey took Super Bike National honours, also with three straight wins.

Cody Sousa-Saints was runner-up as he finished second in all three races.

Kenneth DeSilva claimed the Scooter Class title with a hat-trick of wins and Coleridge Fubler walked away with the Mini Bike Open Division championship, winning the first and last race of the day. He took third place in the second race. Tamia Place was second in each of those races.

Jazari Caisey was tops in Mini Bike GP 80 Class, winning the second and third races while Shae Darrell won the first race.

The Formula Class championship didn’t take place.

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Published September 14, 2011 at 2:00 am (Updated September 14, 2011 at 9:27 am)

Top riders dominate at national champs

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