Cameron Donald donned his AGV helmet and had a big day at the recent Superbike TT on the Isle of Man along with 2 of his Relentless Suzuki team members, Adrian Archibald and Bruce Anstey.
Suzuki GSX-R1000s are respected for their racing power and both of these riders are skilled at testing their metal and pushing their bikes to the ultimate performance. Racing fans screamed with delight as the Aussie mounted the podium to receive his honors.
The Relentless Suzuki team rode hot, thanks to the K8 TAS Performance-prepared GSX-R1000s. Their performance at the event keeps the record held by Suzuki intact starting with every rider from Norman Brown forward who have claimed top honors.
There were plenty of exciting moments, especially when Cameron Donald clocked in at 129.256mph on lap six of the 37.73 mile Mountain Circuit in just 17 minutes 30.84 seconds!
Fireblade John McGuinness’ exit from the race gave Cameron an extra boost of confidence that this could be his moment to shine and without a doubt he proved that he is racer to watch. Guy Martin proved to be a worthy contender, by leading early in the race, but Cameron Donald did not give him any quarter, pursuing him with rock solid determination that paid off; in lap three there was only 10 seconds separating Cameron and Martin from the rest of the field and in lap four Cameron overtook the lead from Martin.
Cameron Donald gave the credit for his win to every member of the Relentless Suzuki team and his gear, in particular his AGV helmet for their role in his winning performance. You can read the entire story at roadracingworld.com.