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12 & 13 April - Classic Bike Burn Up, Castle Combe 
25 & 26 May - WCMF, Anglesey 
22 & 23 June - Suzuki Live, Cadwell Park 
26 July - Donington Park 
23 August - Oulton Park 
21 & 22 September - Cadwell Moto, Cadwell Park 
As the first Cadwell Moto celebrates Honda's 75th Anniversary it's no surprise our star guests have all played a big part in Honda's racing successes over the years, so we're extremely pleased to welcome Mick Grant, Roger Burnett, Ian Simpson and Alex George to Cadwell Park over the 16/17 September. They will be reunited with some of their Honda race bikes, and can be seen in action on track, available for a chat and autograph in the paddock and also on stage Saturday night entertaining everyone with stories from their racing days and who knows what else?!  
Mick Grant 
Seven time TT winner and works rider for Norton, Kawasaki, Suzuki and of course Honda, Mick Grant is one of the best known names in motorcycle racing from the 1970s and 1980s and his vast experience was the reason for Honda to chose him to develop their oval pistoned NR500. He also won the TT F1 race at Cadwell Park aboard a Honda 1000 in 1980 which helped him win the championship. 
Roger Burnett 
HRC team rider in 500 Grand Prix Championship throughout the 1980s, and later in the World Superbike Championship, Roger Burnett will be reunited with his Rothmans sponsored NSR500 at Cadwell Moto, giving everyone the ultra rare opportunity to see both in action on the circuit. 
Ian Simpson 
European Endurance Champion, ICGP 350 Champion, Supersport Supercup Champion, and Production Powerbike Champion in 1997, Ian is also three time IOM TT Champion including a F1/Senior double riding for the Honda Britain Team in 1998 riding a Handa RC45. 25 years on, Ian will be reunited with this Honda Britain RC45 at Cadwell Moto. 
Alex George  
Three time winner of the Isle of Man TT - the most memorable of which was in 1979 when he beat other greats including Charlie Williams, Ron Haslam, Graeme Crosby and Mike Hailwood all by a matter of seconds - Endurance and Grand Prix 500 racer through the 1970s, Alex has been associated with Honda throughout his career.  
Credits: RoadRracing News, TT Race Pics 
Credit: Classic Bike Hub, spectrum-pics Photography  
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