AHRMA: Maddrill Sweeps Vintage Cup Races At CMP

AHRMA: Maddrill Sweeps Vintage Cup Races At CMP

© 2022, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By AHRMA:

Maddrill Dominates AHRMA Vintage Cup Action at Carolina Motorsports Park

(Elora, Tennessee) – A 650cc Kawasaki dominated a field of diverse classic superbikes during the fifth and sixth rounds of the 2022 Bridgestone Tires American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association (AHRMA) National Historic Cup Road Racing Series at Carolina Motorsports Park near Kershaw, South Carolina on March 19 and 20.

Jeremy Maddrill, from Stiger, Illinois, in a replay of the Roebling Road event, won both rounds of the 2022 Vintage Cup on his 1979 Kawasaki KZ 650.  The Vintage Cup, sponsored by RoadracingWorld.com, highlights the Vintage Superbike Heavyweight class, and was featured on both Saturday and Sunday of the Carolina Motorsports Park event.

“We had two days of spectacular weather providing us the opportunity to use our machinery to the limit. The interest in the Vintage Cup continues to grow as we see additional iron on the grid for each event, bringing the competition to another level,” said Brian Larrabure, 2022 Chair of the AHRMA Board of Trustees.

Saturday’s race saw Maddrill clearing Turn One first, taking and keeping the lead through the checkered flag.  Will Brint, from Mount Airy, Georgia, riding a 1979 Honda CBX, and Kevin Rammer, from Newnan, Georgia, on a 1982 Honda CB650SC, battled for the other two steps on the podium with Brint ultimately taking second.

Just off Saturday’s podium was a parade of both Japanese and European superbikes. Alan Perry, on a 1982 Suzuki Katana 1000S, from East Providence, Rhode Island, was fourth; Dominik Goertz, riding a 1982 Moto Guzzi 1100, from Fort Myers, Florida, in fifth; Matt Esterline, on a 1977 Honda CB750F, from Portage, Maine, in sixth; Russell Jordan, on a 1982 Honda CB900F, from Williamsburg, Ohio, in seventh; Wes Burden, riding a 1977 BMW R100, from Atlanta, Georgia, in eighth; and Alexander Cook, racing a 1979 Moto Guzzi Le Mans, from Dublin, Ohio, in ninth position.

On Sunday, Maddrill made a shifting error on the entrance to Turn One leaving him in fourth position going into Turn Two behind Brint, Rammer, and Perry, in that order.  By the halfway point, Maddrill had worked his way through to the lead, keeping it for victory at the checkered flag.

Brint suffered a mechanical issue on lap two forcing him to retire, and Rammer, unchallenged, completed the race in second with Esterline rounding out the podium.  The balance of the results had Jordan in fourth, Goertz in fifth, Cook in sixth, Burden seventh, Brint eighth, and Perry in ninth.

The 2022 Vintage Cup Trophy will be awarded to the Vintage Superbike Heavyweight class winner at select events including High Plains Raceway, Thunderhill Raceway Park, Heartland Motorsports Park, New Jersey Motorsports Park, WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, Ridge Motorsports Park and Barber Motorsports Park.  The Vintage Superbike Heavyweight class is sponsored by International CBX Owners Association (ICOA).  Race dates and event registration links are available at: ahrma.org/schedules-results.

AHRMA National Historic Cup Roadracing Series Vintage Superbike Heavyweight Results – Saturday, March 19, 2021

  1. Jeremy Maddrill, 1979 Kawasaki KZ 650, Steger, IL
  2. William Brint, 1979 Honda CBX, Mount Airy, GA
  3. Kevin Rammer, 1982 Honda CB650SC, Newnam, GA
  4. Alan Perry, 1982 Suzuki Katana 1000S, East Providence, RI
  5. Dominik Goertz, 1982 Moto Guzzi 1100, Fort Meyers, FL
  6. Matt Esterline, 1977 Honda CB750F, Portage, MI
  7. Russell Jordan, 1982 Honda CB900F, Williamsburg, OH
  8. Wes Burden, 1977 BMW R100, Atlanta, GA
  9. Alexander Cook, 1979 Moto Guzzi Le Mans, Dublin, OH

 

AHRMA National Historic Cup Roadracing Series Vintage Superbike Heavyweight Results – Sunday, March 20, 2021

  1. Jeremy Maddrill, 1979 Kawasaki KZ 650, Steger, IL
  2. Kevin Rammer, 1982 Honda CB650SC, Newnam, GA
  3. Matt Esterline, 1977 Honda CB750F, Portage, MI
  4. Russell Jordan, 1982 Honda CB900F, Williamsburg, OH
  5. Dominik Goertz, 1982 Moto Guzzi 1100, Fort Meyers, FL
  6. Alexander Cook, 1979 Moto Guzzi Le Mans, Dublin, OH
  7. Wes Burden, 1977 BMW R100, Atlanta, GA
  8. William Brint, 1979 Honda CBX, Mount Airy, GA
  9. Alan Perry, 1982 Suzuki Katana 1000S, East Providence, RI

 

About AHRMA:

The American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to restoring and competing on classic motorcycles. With about 3500 members, AHRMA is the largest vintage racing group in North America and one of the biggest in the world. The association has grown steadily over the years, reflecting the increasing interest in classic bikes.

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