Joining the likes of John Holden/Robbie Shorter and Dutch star Kees Endeveld, Gary Bryan/Phil Hyde are the latest high profile three wheeling competitors confirmed to be Wanganui, New Zealand bound in December, for the growing in popularity Cemetery Circuit Races.
Fresh from finishing third in this years British Sidecar championship, the experienced duo who banked ninth, seventh place finishes at TT 2018 are hugely looking to sampling for the first time the tight, twisty, technical Cemetery Circuit course.
Set to pilot the GBR (Gary Bryan Racing) Baker outfit, there’s no doubt that they have the core roads craft, talent, determination to make an eye catching debut at the meet, regularly dubbed the Southern Hemisphere’s Isle of Man.
As aforementioned joining John Holden/Robbie Shorter, Kees Endeveld plus local heroes such as Barry Smith/Tracey Bryan and leading Australian team Phillip Underwood/Stephen Ford, Bryan/Hyde are part of a modern Sidecar class entry for this years Cemetery Circuit Races, which thus far has attracted 18 entrants.
Reminder as per tradition the Cemetery Circuit Races, takes place on Boxing Day the 26th of December.
Words by Stevie Rial