Feb 2, 2001
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American Kenny Noyes, 22, will compete on a Honda CBR600F4i fielded by Team Quersano in the Spanish Supersport Championship. The team plans to run Bridgestone tires in the series, which allows significant machine modifications along the lines of the Supersport World Championship Series.
Noyes won the F-USA Pro Singles (dirt track) National Championship in 2000 aboard a Husaberg 400, and competed in selected local road races on a Suzuki GSX-R600.
Kenny Noyes is the son of television commentator (and former racer) Dennis Noyes, who, in 1986, won two Spanish National Championships (600 and endurance) and finished second in Superbike. Dennis Noyes finished third in the final round of the 1986 Spanish Endurance Championship, a 24-hour at Barcelona, to lock up his title and become the oldest Spanish National Champion in history, at age 43.