"It's been a long time since I've been to a race meeting that has inspired people to come and race like the Sultans of Slide has," Motorcycling NSW CEO, Dave Cooke said. "We've got a class, the Multi Open, with most of the field either never having raced or haven't raced for a number of years, and several people who have attended round one and sourced bikes to enter round two because it looked like so much fun! The racing in every class is action-packed and it's great to see so many people really enjoying the sport.
"The club and, in particular, Tony and Greg gave us an incredible race track, with more than one racer commenting that it was the best prepared track they've seen in Australia, so thank you to all those that worked so hard to make it what it was. We've now seen racing on two very different track surfaces ‰ÛÒ with Kempsey, an oil track, set to give us a third ‰ÛÒ and the racing continues to be absolutely incredible. I honestly can't wait to get to the track this weekend to see how the action unfolds and to see who is going to take home the $12,000 in cash and prizes up for grabs for the top three in every class!"
The final round of the Sultans of Slide, on the well-known Macleay oil track this Saturday, December 7, is sure to offer racers yet another challenge as they once again race over two track layouts and reverse grids in the final round.