History Sarembe Racing
Season 1996
Started off in class '10.9 Bracket Racing' with the GSX1100 engine, which is still used in the today's bike. This Katana based bike was allowed on the English streets.
Bike and frame in almost original state, ±120bhp.
Winter 1996 the engine was heavily modified; read the article in Streetfighters January 1998.
Season 1998
Promoted to class '9.90 Bracket Racing'. The bike got a monocoque, the engine gained power to ±235bhp.
Mid Summer Nationals, the first win.
The first trophy.
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Season 1999
Promoted to class 'Super Street Bike'. Picture from run in Santa Pod (GB).
Got into the semi-finals in Hockenheim (D).
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Season 2000
In 'Super Street Bike' best time 8.60 Sec. Engine: 180bhp without NOS, 280PS with NOS.
In Drachten (NL) Klaus got the special prize for the highest top speed.
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Another trophy was earned in Santa Pod, being winner at the October Meet.
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Season 2001
Testing at Laarbruch Airport for class 'Competition Bike'. Changes: wheelybar and Nascar rear tyre (29"x11"x15").
First try-out run at Santa Pod.
Season 2002
Run at Santa Pod.
Season 2003
First win in 'Competition Bike' at the Power Nationals, Avon Park (GB).
Streetfighters wrote an article; click here to read it.
The Power Nationals trophy.
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Win at the Summer Nationals, Santa Pod (GB).
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The Summer Nationals trophy.
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The last trophy of 2003: Runner-Up at the Santa Pod National Finals.
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On the left: Philip Leamon, winner 'Competition Bike' 2003.
On the right: Runner-Up 2003 Klaus Sarembe.