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Monday, July 09, 2018
Bermuda Motorcycle Racing Club's Standings

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Following the Bermuda Motorcycle Racing Club's fourth race day of their Circuit Racing Championship Season, www.islandstats.com can now bring you the current Standings.

Kymaree Pitt is the current leader in the Minibikes Division with 197 points, while 198 points sees Nasaje Anderson leading the Scooter 70 Class.

The Scooter 4T is currently led by Jason Pacheco who has 231 points and Sheun Simmons has 136 points and leads the Formula Xtreme Class.

Point Standings to Date:

Minibikes


197 Kymaree Pitt

182 Jediah Cumbermack
147 Prince Battersbee
140 Aeziah Divine
81 Sheun Simmons
69 Norre Robinson
63 Ryan Chequer
60 Aiden Lopes
48 Alex Blakeney
32 Nathaniel Binega-Northcott

Scooter 70

198 Nasaje Anderson

120 Kenneth DeSilva
119 Ricky Wade
95 Blair Jones
64 Jecoa Burrows
25 Devon Bailey

Scooter 4T

231 Jason Pacheco

225 Edward Cook
156 Dandre Outerbridge

Formula Xtreme

136 Sheun Simmons

135 Jason Pacheco
81 Nathaniel Binega-Northcott
75 Jeremiah Samuels
Sunday, July 08, 2018
BMRC Dedicated Race Day Round Up

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The Bermuda Motorcycle Racing Club's fourth race day of their Circuit Racing Championship Season.

The day's race day was dedicated to Navell Ricky "Beetle" Darrell, a well-loved and devoted senior racer of the club who passed away in a motorcycle accident less than two weeks ago.

The race day commenced with a memorial ride for Beetle where all racers from across the club's four classes joined together and took to the track in unison. Close friend and fellow racer, Devon Bailey, led the racers on one slow and one fast tribute lap in his honor.

Beetle introduced talented racers including Devon Bailey and Kenneth DeSilva to the street-style racing circuit and was instrumental in the introduction and development of some of the BMRC's current top riders on the grid today.

Jediah Cumbermack won all three races in the Minibikes Class, Kenneth DeSilva won two of the three races in the Scooter 70 Class, with Devon Bailey winning the other.

Jason Pacheco won all three races in the Scooter 4T Class, while the Formula Xtreme had three different winners on the day, Pacheco, Bailey and Nathaniel Binega-Northcott all took the checkered flag on the day.

Minibikes

Heat 1:

1. Jediah Cumbermack

2. Aiden Lopes
3. Aeziah Divine
4. Prince Battersbee

Heat 2:
1. Jediah Cumbermack

2. Aiden Lopes
3. Aeziah Divine
4. Prince Battersbee

Heat 3:
1. Jediah Cumbermack

2. Aiden Lopes
3. Aeziah Divine
4. Prince Battersbee

Scooter 70

Heat 1:

1. Devon Bailey

2. Kenneth DeSilva
3. Ricky Wade
4. Nasaje Anderson
5. Blair Jones

Heat 2:
1. Kenneth DeSilva

2. Nasaje Anderson
3. Blair Jones
4. Ricky Wade
5. Jecoa Burrows
Devon Bailey - DNF

Heat 3:
1. Kenneth DeSilva

2. Nasaje Anderson
3. Blair Jones
4. Jecoa Burrows
Ricky Wade - DNF

Scooter 4T

Heat 1:

1. Jason Pacheco

2. Dandre Outerbridge

Heat 2:
1. Jason Pacheco

Dandre Outerbridge DNF

Heat 3:
1. Jason Pacheco


Formula Xtreme

Heat 1:

1. Jason Pacheco

2. Nathaniel Binega-Northcott

Heat 2:
1. Devon Bailey

2. Jason Pacheco
3. Nathaniel Binega-Northcott

Heat 3:
1. Nathaniel Binega-Northcott

2. Jason Pacheco

 
 
Saturday, July 07, 2018
Barnes Competes in the Battle at the Brickyard

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Scott Barnes has travelled to Indianapolis to competing in the Battle at the Brickyard.

On Day 1 Barnes had his struggles saying, “Kind of an aggravating day with the scales. I was overweight by 3 pounds back home, I got on these scales and I was 8 pounds light and I even added 4 pounds just to be safe before the weekend. Put on two 5 pound weights each session and I was still light!”

Barnes competed in the 125 Honda Shifter Class and started the Heat Race 9th in a pretty stacked 22 kart field, Barnes finished 8th and then he started pre final race in 8th and crossed the line in 6th.

Barnes would jump out of the 125 Shifter kart and straight into the 206 Margay Ignite Class for pre final, Barnes would start the Heat Race in 21st and he would finish 10th, he would then start the pre final in 10th and finished 8th.

Barnes concluded, “The highlight of the day and probably my whole years of karting was to take my kart out on the historic Indianapolis Motor speedway! Such an amazing experience! Definitely makes up for all the years we've stuck it out in karting and never gave up. If I quit a year ago I wouldn't ever got the chance to go around the track.”


 
 
Sunday, June 24, 2018
BMRC Wett & Wild Trophy Race Day Round Up

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Action resumed in the Bermuda Motor Race Club (BMRC) Season with the running of the Wett & Wild Trophy Race Day.

The Wett & Wild sponsored race day was an action-packed day of high-speed motorcycle racing at the RUBiS Southside Raceway. As the BMRC completes its third race day of the 2018 Circuit Racing Championship, more riders are filling the grid and spectators young and old are increasing.

With a track layout change from a speed track to a more technical one, both youth and adult racers' skills were put to the test. The Minibike class kept spectators gripped to the fence with Kymaree Pitt putting on a strong performance, often battling with his Godbrother, Sheun Simmons, and frequent contender, Jediah Cumbermack. Pitt took first place in both Heats 1 and the day's Trophy Race, Heat 3. Simmons took the other first in Heat 2 of the day's event.

Nasaje Anderson took first place in all three heats in the Scooter 70 class where Jecoa Burrows was welcomed back to the circuit for the season in Heats 2 and 3. Edward Cook once again dominated the Scooter 4T class.

Today's race day saw the first full Formula Xtreme class formed with young teens, Sheun Simmons and Nathaniel Binega-Northcott, alongside veteran rider, Jason Pacheco. Binega-Northcott was dealt an unfortunate blow when his brakes failed, forcing him off track and taking him out of the running early on in Heat 2, after closing in on lead rider, Pacheco. In the end, Pacheco took first place in Heats 1 and 2 while Simmons secured the final win in Heat 3.

The day's circuit races were broken up by head-to-head 2T and 4T drag races and a special showcase of Bermuda's best electric motorcycles by Team Oni Racing Club (TORC).

Minibike

Heat 1:


1. Kymaree Pitt

2. Sheun Simmons
3. Jediah Cumbermack
4. Aeziah Divine
5. Ryan Chequer
6. Prince Battersbee

Heat 2:

1. Sheun Simmons

2. Jediah Cumbermack
3. Aeziah Divine
4. Ryan Chequer
5. Kymaree Pitt
6. Prince Battersbee

Heat 3 (Trophy Race):

1. Kymaree Pitt

2. Jediah Cumbermack
3. Sheun Simmons
4. Norre Robinson
5. Prince Battersbee
6. Ryan Chequer
7. Aeziah Divine

Scooter 70

Heat 1:


1. Nasaje Anderson


Heat 2:

1. Nasaje Anderson

2. Jecoa Burrows

Heat 3 (Trophy Race):

1. Nasaje Anderson

2. Jecoa Burrows

Scooter 4T

Heat 1:


1. Edward Cook

2. Dandre Outerbridge
3. Jason Pacheco

Heat 2:

1. Edward Cook

2. Jason Pacheco
3. Dandre Outerbridge

Heat 3 (Trophy Race):

1. Edward Cook

2. Jason Pacheco
3. Dandre Outerbridge

Formula Xtreme

Heat 1:


1. Jason Pacheco

2. Nathaniel Binega-Northcott
3. Sheun Simmons

Heat 2:

1. Jason Pacheco

2. Sheun Simmons
DNF Nathaniel Binega-Northcott

Heat 3 (Trophy Race):

1. Sheun Simmons

2. Jason Pacheco

 
 
Monday, June 11, 2018
Barnes Competes in Quincy Grand Prix

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The Grand Prix of Karting's triumphant return to South Park probably could not have gone much better on a breezy and sunny day.

Scott Barnes took to the track with the Quincy in the Park having a lot of history from back in the day and returned with a bang!

Barnes said, “With over 6000 people watching in the park and a track that took a lot of nerve to push fast made this track one of the funniest and craziest tracks I’ve ever raced! Had some bad luck in the 206 class but came home 4th in the shifter behind 3 really fast ICC motors.”

Barnes first raced in the Ignite LO206 Class race, he started in the 30th spot and worked his up to 7 by lap 5 and was running in top pack when someone spun out in front of him and collected a bunch of karts, leaving the drivers nowhere to go.

The Same thing happened in the final race of the Class, this time he started 11th after qualifying and was up to 8th when someone wrecked in front of him resulting in the second Did Not Finish in the LO206 Classes, but he did record that 4th place finish in the 125 shifter final race.

Barnes concluded, “Great racing, lots of fun. This track was one of the craziest tracks of I’ve ever raced before.”
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