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Nuno Caetano Retires From Road Racing

Nuno Caetano has announced his retirement from pure road racing.

The rider from Portugal has in the last six years competed around the mountain course, Oliver’s Mount, Billown, Triangle, Cookstown, Macau and Dundrod.

Main highlights of his career have included:

Twenty eighth place finish in the 2015 Pokerstars senior TT

Eighth place finish in the 2011 newcomers A Manx Grand Prix
Twenty fourth place finish in the 2013 Macau Grand Prix
Fourth position in the 2014 Dundrod 150 challenge race

Since 2012 Nuno has competed at the Isle of Man TT, competing against the likes of John McGuinness, Bruce Anstey, Michael Dunlop, Ian Hutchinson, Guy Martin, Ian Lougher, Ryan Farquhar, Gary Johnson, James Hillier and Peter Hickman.


Twenty eighth position in last years Pokerstars senior TT, marked a new personal best result at TT Races, as he produced a top class all round display on KS Performance backed ZX10R Kawasaki.

On announcing his retirement Nuno said on his Facebook page:

“That’s it folks….. The end of the road for me….. After 6 years between the hedges time has come to take a bow and start a new chapter in my life…. Balancing racing with professional and personal commitments has become impossible at this stage…. Thanks to all event organisers, fellow racers, marshals and supporters for all these wonderful years.. A special thanks to Kevin Spurr and Joao Casal for keeping my bikes in tip top shape over the years and the Bowers family for welcoming on the Isle of Man time and time again….. Best of luck for everyone for the 2016 and beyond.”

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