Cain Road Race Wrap Up

Cain Road Race Wrap Up

The sixth running of the Concordia, Sinaloa, Mexico based Cain Road Race attracted 150 entries, including 600cc amateur class victor Erik Morales Kibarelli.

Morelia based Morales Kibarelli, who is aiming to in the future to compete at the TT Races, 600cc amateur race winning time stood at just past 44 minutes, (44 minutes 12 seconds).

Overall race honours as previously stated on the Road Racing News podcast, went to Road Pilots Guadalajara’s Arturo Anguiano.

Anguiano, tackling for the third time the Cain Road Race, overall winning time of 41 minutes eight seconds, was over three minutes down on the pace by last year’s winner Rigo Salazar.

Nearest challenger two weeks ago to BMW pilot Anguiano was Miguel Angel Lara whilst P3 on the leader board went to Jose Manuel Rodriguez.

Alfred Nava, Israel Juarez Gomez, Elio Jack, Gonzalo Castro respectively claimed 1000cc amateur, 600cc expert Dual Purpose, 750cc victories.

Newcomers wise, standout performers included Hector Quintanilla (42 minutes 52 seconds), Austria’s Ciro Scrafani (43 minutes 01 seconds) and 600cc mounted competitors Adrian Deciga (45 minutes 40 seconds), Jose Luis Nava (45 minutes 40 seconds).

Another hugely positive landmark following the inaugural Baja International Tourist Cup for the real roads scene in the Americas, it’s fantastic to see the Cain Road Race growing in popularity.

All that is left to say is countless congratulations to the event organisers on running a successful meeting, one that I have no doubt in the foreseeable future will grow and grow in stature.

Photo courtesy of Paco De Man

Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou

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