Cal Crutchlow, who has made the move from the World Superbike Championship to MotoGP, has recently been testing with his new team – Yamaha Tech 3 – in Valencia.
The 24-year-old rider will attend Carole Nash Motorcycle Live as a guest of Arai helmets on November 27 and 28. He will do autograph signing sessions on the Yamaha and Arai stands throughout both days.
British rider Jonathan Rea will also make an appearance over the final weekend. He has had an eventful second season in the World Superbike Championship riding for HANNspree Ten Kate Honda – from a pole position and double win at Assen to missing the last two rounds due to injury after crashing out at Imola.
“Visitors to Carole Nash Motorcycle Live will get the chance to hear all about the highs and lows of the 2010 season from both riders during Whitham’s MotoGP and SBK clinics on the Black Horse Stage in the Arai Entertainment Zone. Crutchlow and Rea will also take part in Question of Bikes with Steve Parrish – a favourite feature at the Event that is guaranteed to keep the crowds entertained,” the organizers of the event say.
The Carole Nash Motorcycle Live will also host various events from Honda and Kawasaki. Tickets are £15 in advance for adults, £10 for Seniors, £5 for children aged 11-16 – kids under 10 go free.