Suzuki GB, in association with its Vintage Parts Programme, has announced the return of its hugely successful Classic Suzuki Track Day for 2019, set to take place at Cadwell Park on 29 June and already boasting an all-star lineup of bikes and riders, with more to be confirmed.
With the inaugural event hailed as a huge success in 2018, with fully-booked track sessions peppered with a host of famous names including John Reynolds, Mick Grant, and James Whitham, this year’s edition looks set to be even bigger.
Welcoming Reynolds once again, the Vintage Parts team is delighted to confirm more legendary names including Terry Rymer, Phil Read, Steve Parrish, Danny Webb, and Pete Boast, while an all-star machine lineup consists of no-less than four RG500s, two XR69s, one Lucky Strike RGV500, the Team Classic Suzuki Katana race bike and the renowned Vintage Parts restoration collection including the GSX-R750F, GSX-R1100L and TL1000S.
On the day, track action will be split into four groups – with spaces available for £139 – covering Novice, Two-Strokes, Under 750cc, and Over 750cc. There will also be a number of race bike parades.
Away from the track action there will still be plenty to see in the paddock area, with displays from specialists, trade stands and more, including B&B Motorcycles, Suzuki Performance Centre, and Grumpy 1260.
Suzuki GB’s Tim Davies, announced this year’s event, saying, “We were blown away by the response and feedback after last year’s event, so we were always planning on bringing it back for this 2019. We’re honestly just a team of enthusiasts ourselves and enjoyed seeing the various bikes on track and around the paddock as much as anyone else. And not only were the track sessions fully-booked, there were even numbers of spectators turning up on the day and lining the track side and wandering the paddock. It was a really special day, and we’re delighted that we’ll again have a number of special guests and famous faces in attendance, all with a rich Suzuki history and plenty of stories to tell. We can’t wait for it to roll around.”
Source: Suzuki GB