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The ultimate Sixty60 delivery

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Checkers Sixty60, South Africa’s fastest grocery delivery service, partnered with Brad Binder, the fastest South African on two wheels, to deliver a young athlete’s dream.

Oratilwe Phiri, 14, a talented young South African superbike racer, has been on the track under his father’s guidance since he was just 5 years old. Raised on the West Rand, Gauteng, this passionate athlete aspires to be nothing less than a MotoGP world champion. With more than 62 podiums already achieved, and the spotlight of local MotoGP now firmly on Ora, he may well be on his way to the podium of his dreams.

After watching a video in which Ora described Brad Binder, South African MotoGP motorcycle racer well-known for becoming the first South African to win a MotoGP World Championship, as his ultimate hero, the Sixty60 team collaborated with Brad, Ora’s parents and a production crew to deliver a young athlete’s dream. Sixty60 has undertaken to support Ora in his quest to become a world champion. The road ahead is bright, and the sporting talent in South Africa continues to deliver.

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