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Suzuki’s Sloan Frost Takes New Zealand Superbike Series Lead

Suzuki’s defending champion Sloan Frost ran in the first round of the tournament victory at the New Zealand Superbike Championship at Mike over the weekend at the Christchurch Perot Racing Park.

Just 19 points for the top three independent Superbike class players after two days of matches: Wellington’s cream and Whakatane’s Tony Reese days they left the duel pre-nationals Suzuki series at the end of Boxing Day, both now joined the g The Alistair Hoistboezem of Ricechurch had the charm of making it the highest honor of the three-tiered class.

Glen Eden’s Daniel Mettam last year’s National 600 cc Class Champion, he has now stepped up to 1000 cc Suzuki Superbike and Manukau’s Tony Somers of the top five Superbike classes after two days of intense races formerly known as Ruapuna Canterbury Circuit.
The qualifying pipe and bonus points were achieved, but then had to accept runner-up close to Rees in the first weekend of Saturday’s three super-scooter class races. However, a pair wins the highest ranking for the next day’s cream. He and Hoogenboezem lead each turn, but this is Frost’s 1.8-second advantage over the finish before winning runner-up Reese.

This is a similar story in the Suzuki series’ 600 cc Supersport class rival door Reese and Shawn Richardson also rekindle their competition, Whakatane Rees, Tony Reese’s 21-year-old son, Jean Christchurch Slender six-point advantage Wainuiomata Richardson, Rangiora Jack Lewis is not too far in third place.

The series now has two citizens of the first round in Teretonga, a suburb of Invercargill this upcoming weekend.