RideFast Magazine June 2019


SA's best motorcycle magazine

Words and pics by Paul Bedford

A battle we have seen many

times before here in SA - Clint

Seller vs David McFadden.



Killarney International Raceway hosted

The Liqui Moly Cape Town Round, the

third in the 2019 SA SuperBike series,

on Saturday, 11 May. A pair of races

that were in doubt until the fi nal metres

saw Cape Town’s David McFadden

power his RPM Centre/Stunt SA Yamaha

R1 to a narrow win over Clint Seller

(King Price Yamaha Racing R1) in the

opening SuperBike heat, while in the next

McFadden had to settle for second after

Seller was able to repel his late charge.

In the SuperSport 600 class, Kewyn

Snyman (Hillbilly Racing Team Yamaha

R6) had a comfortable win in the opening

heat but defending champion Blaze

Baker (King Price Yamaha Racing R6)

bounced back in the second to take a

narrow victory.


Friday’s qualifying sessions saw Seller

just get the better of Hayden Jonas

(WP Motors/Samurai SA Yamaha R1) to

claim pole position with Nicolas Grobler

(Adrenalin Powersport/Meanwraps

Yamaha R1) joining them on the front row

of the grid. An all Cape Town second row

was headed by Lance Isaacs, who had

David McFadden (RPM Centre/Stunt SA

Yamaha R1) and Ronald Slamet (PLM

Motorsport Yamaha R1) alongside him.

Row three was occupied by Garrick

Vlok (DCCS Coring Cutting and Sealing

Yamaha R1), Morne Geldenhuis (Race

Craft Motorcycles Yamaha R1) and Byron

Bester (Hi-Tech Racing Yamaha R1), who

missed out on the chance to improve his

time in the fi nal session as he had to return

Local hero Hayden Jonas leads

Clint Seller, Lance Isaacs and

David McFadden.

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