“I am stoked to have raced at my first ever Cemetery Circuit aboard the Honda CRF450 in the Super Motard class – huge thanks to Mark Oliver and Sheena Martin for the loan of their bike. Following the first-timers practice and qualifying laps, I started on the grid in P11 out of 22 bikes. I got pretty good starts in both my races and improved my lap times by a second. I finished up in 10th place in race 1 and 9th place in race 2. I was pretty pleased with my results as a first timer at the legendary Cemetery Circuit. It is worth visiting www.cemeterycircuit.co.nz for round 3 of the 2019 NZ Suzuki Series; I really enjoyed the day. I finished up the Suzuki Series in 7th overall,” said Campbell. “Huge thank you to my sponsors and supporters: BDO, ActionMoto, Nutrinza, Nick Prestidge Builder, Building and Span Expansion Joints NZ, Mark Oliver & Sheena Martin, Grandad – Peter McNeil, NZ Farmers Livestock, McFall Fuel.”
Campbell is looking forward to NZSBK 2020 www.nzsbk.co.nz which kicks off in Ruapuna on the 11th and 12th of January, followed by Timaru 18th and 19th January, Hampton Downs 7th and 8th March, Manfeild 28th and 29th March and finishing up in Taupo on the 4th and 5th of April. An extremely busy schedule.