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Sons of Speed Vintage Motorcycle Race Debuts at 2016 Daytona Bike Week
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Currently showing over drivers in more than entries from 15 different countries, the list includes an impressive collection of past and current champion drivers, sports car racing legends, motorsports notables, rare and priceless historic sports cars and much more. One entry certain to steal the spotlight is the legendary Holbert Racing No. Holbert Racing built chassis HR1 at the team race shop in Warrington, Pennsylvania and debuted the midway through the season. Bell is a three-time winner of the Rolex 24 At Daytona, with the first pair of wins back-to-back victories with Holbert and Unser in and in an earlier No. His last appearance was in , co-driving a Jim Derhaag Corvette with his son Justin, who had the fastest lap in qualifying. Both Bells have won sports car racing world titles. Kevin Jeannette's son - and the namesake of his father's long-running Gunnar Racing team - Gunnar is an accomplished professional driver in his own right.
The R nineT Racer is reviving the early days of superbikes. When we recall the racing scene of the seventies, we immediately think of Japan, where the modern motorcycle was invented and where an impressive revival is now happening. The air over Fuji Speedway is cold and clear. Long ago, this is where Japanese rider Hideo Kanaya competed in his first motorcycle world championship and finished as a surprising third in the Japan Grand Prix.
She rides her R nineT Racer through the megacity and heads out to lonely mountain roads near Mount Fuji and a vintage motorcycle race at Fuji Speedway. Tokyo is justifiably touted as the secret capital of the world. The Animal Boat custom shop is heaven for vintage enthusiasts. Here, Japanese customizer Daisuke Mukasa rescues classic motorcycles from extinction — and brings them back to the race track with his Curry Speed Club. The style of the seventies returns to the race track.