Trio delight racing fans

PUBLISHED: 13:59 26 October 2006 | UPDATED: 09:56 31 May 2010

Pictured from left; Karl Harris, Michael Rutter and Cal Crutchlow - Pic: IWM DUXFORD

Pictured from left; Karl Harris, Michael Rutter and Cal Crutchlow - Pic: IWM DUXFORD

SUPERBIKE champions descended on Duxford last week to meet fans and take a look at new motorcycle equipment. British Supersport Champion Cal Crutchlow, Karl Harris and Michael Rutter were at the Imperial War Museum, signing autographs and promoting the la

SUPERBIKE champions descended on Duxford last week to meet fans and take a look at new motorcycle equipment.

British Supersport Champion Cal Crutchlow, Karl Harris and Michael Rutter were at the Imperial War Museum, signing autographs and promoting the launch of a new product range of motorbike clothing and accessories.

Tracey Woods, spokesman for the museum, said: "It was a great day and the guys were really good fun.

"The public really enjoyed meeting their motorsport heroes.

"We hope to have them at the museum for some of next year's events."

Fans of the racers were equally excited to see their bikes, which included the potent Suzuki GSX-R and Honda CBR Fireblade.

Cal Crutchlow, has enjoyed a successful racing season this year, winning the Supersport Championship on his 600cc Honda.

Former Supersport Champion Karl Harris has been racing for 10 years and finished in the top three of the British Superteen Championship a year after his debut.

Michael Rutter began racing in 1989 and has competed in the British Superbike Championship more than 10 times.


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