ENet Caribbean Clash of Champions: Team Mohamed’s Super Stock bikers put in dominant performance

Matthew Vieira did not back down, taking the podium on race one of the day (Photo: News Room/Shaconeil Burnette/November 5, 2023)

Race two was red-flagged after just one lap, forcing a no-result. At this point, Vieira was leading, with Dylan Singh and Heeranand Boodram in pursuit.

The final race of the day was a clean sweep by Team Mohamed’s with Linfoot winning ahead of Jackson and Westmoreland, with Vieira fourth.

In the opening race of the day, Linfoot broke the lap record, clocking one minute, 17.014 seconds to erase the old mark of 1:18.796s previously held by Vieira.

Westmoreland, at qualifying on Saturday, was timed at 1:15.798s, bettering Mark Vieira’s 1:16.271s recorded with the Radical SR3.

Westmoreland and Jackson were racing in Guyana for the first time, while Linfoot competed in the November race meet in 2019.