Daytona 200 competitor Shane Richardson proved on Boxing Day at the Cemetery Circuit, his diversity as a racer via series of top quality display’s around the under 1.6 kilometres long roads course.
Delighted to clinch for the first time the F2 Supersport Suzuki series crown, via a win and a second place finish, the Kawasaki stated:
“I finally managed to win it! I was pretty sure I won the series after the first race which was nice going into the second race and not have to worry about pushing it.
I’m more than happy as my Kawasaki ZX-6 performed phenomenally all season, it wasn’t a walk in the park but I’m pretty happy with four wins out of six starts.”
Photo by Terry Stevenson
Reflecting on his time ultra productive time at Wanganui, which also included finishing a fine third in the blue riband Robert Holden memorial feature race, Wellington’s Richardson said:
“That was my last race of the season in New Zealand for me so I had nothing to lose so I pushed the envelope a bit!
We’re currently getting the money together to go to Daytona to put a good package together and see how we stack up in the Daytona 200.”
Words by Stevie Rial