Dan Kruger’s had quite a season. He appeared at the Isle of Man TT, he raced Macau, he took second overall in the Pan Delta roadracing series, and he ended everything on a high note with a win in an endurance race Sunday.
Kruger and his teammate Karl Roe piloted their Kawazaki ZX-10 to a first overall and a lap record (set by Kruger) at the Zhuhai International Circuit, in Zhuhai, China. Kruger and Roe managed the win despite incurring a penalty; Kruger served a ride-through penalty after one of his pit crew was spotted not wearing fire-retarded clothing. Kruger responded by setting a lap record on the race’s 79th lap.
Kruger has a test next month; he gets February off, and then the Chinese roadracing season starts again in March. We’ll try to keep you updated on his efforts in 2015. You can follow his racing on Facebook here.
DAN KRUGER WRAPS UP 2015 SEASON WITH A WIN… obviously a man ahead of his time!
Er yes. That’s what happens when you’re writing half asleep.