Historic racing comes to Cadwell
CADWELL Park will host the final event of the 2012 British Historic Racing series season this coming weekend.
Spectators can watch bikes of yesteryear chasing championship points in 44 races over Saturday and Sunday.
The bike range, from 1934 to 1986, is spilt up into events for pre-1949, pre-1963, pre-1973 and pre-1987 bikes.
Many types of motorcycles from Britain, Europe and America will be contending, such as the Scott Squirell, Rudge, New Imperial, Ariel, Vincent, Velocette, Norton, Matchless, AJS, BSA, Greeves, Ducati, NSU, Bultaco, Aermacchi, Moto Guzzi, Seeley, Norvil, Gold Stars, Triumph and BSA Triple and Laverda.
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Rounds of the Landsdowne series will feature pre-1963 machines – Manx Nortons, Matchless G50s and AJS 7Rs.
The pre-1987 races are based on the New Zealand/Australian BEARS (British European American Racing and Supporters), initiated by the late John Britten.
The event is for race bikes, developed from machines available to the public at dealers' showrooms, as opposed to factory purpose-built race bikes.
On Saturday, there will be a special parade of road-legal Laverda motorcycles, from the British Laverda Owners Club.
The parade will be lead by Piero Laverda, former road racer and founder of the company.
He will be riding a Laverda Barcelona, owned and raced by Austen Kear.
For further details, contact BHR secretary Gerry Daine on 01472 697953 or email firstname.lastname@example.org