Guyanese super biker Matthew Vieira is boasting a positive outlook for his weekend’s opening round of the Caribbean Motor Racing Champions (CMRC) 2016 at Jamwest racing circuit in Jamaica.
Speaking exclusively today with Guyana Times Sport, the young Vieira said, “I’m feeling very positive about myself and my bike ahead of this weekend. I want to heap a lot of praises on Fly Jamaica. Without them, we wouldn’t be here. They flew my bike in free of charge and without them; I wouldn’t be racing this weekend.”
With the kind gesture, Vieira was able to fly his Triumph Daytona to Jamaica at no cost which affords him the opportunity to compete thanks to Airline Company.
He also thanked his other sponsors, Mohammed’s enterprise, Truck Masters and Game Express for without their support his participation wouldn’t be possible this weekend.
Vieira will join 2015 super-bike Champion, his cousin Elliot Vieira as well as Stephen Vieira, Paul Yearwood and Leroy Cort in Guyana’s title defence of the CMRC.
On the four wheel side of things, Kristian and Kevin Jeffrey join Mohan Ragasammy in group 4 while Danny Persaud is expected to give
the opposition hell in both groups three and four.
Nazim Mohammed is the other group three competitor while Rameez Mohammed is expected to turn out in both groups two and three.
Team Guyana is the overall CMRC champion having won the title in 2015.