Cape Town is in the process of producing another Motor Cycle Racing super-star.
After only 3 years of racing, the 15 year old Fairmont High Grade 9 Learner, Brandon Staffen is already the NSF100 2014 champion, CBR150 WP champion 2015 and currently leading the KTM RC390 national championship, with an offer to take part overseas in the UK KTM RC390 series.
Stepping it up even further, Brandon has started taking part in the Regional Clubmans Powersport A Class riding a Suzuki SV 650. On Saturday 18 June, the Durbanville resident took victory again with some impressive riding.
Brandon’s success is a testament to the commitment from within the Short Circuit racing community, with a focus on introducing and mentoring young riders and helping to bring them up through the ranks. Brandon is just one of the up-and-coming stars Cape Town is producing. For more information on how to get involved in Short Circuit Racing, visit http://www.shortcircuitracing.co.za/