Date: Tuesday 29th June 2010
Place: Club Gravity, Long Circular Rd. St. James (next to Courts & Garvin’s Performance Shop)
Jameer Ali and Robert Amar are inviting all interested persons to a meeting to give everyone an update as to what has taken place so far and what will happen in the coming weeks with regards to Wallerfield for racing and a drag racing and circuit racing track.
Jameer Ali is a past president of TTASA and was an instrumental part of the group that got Camden for racing. Jameer has also been in very close contact with the Minister of Sport, Mr. Anil Roberts with regards to getting back Wallerfield and has been pushing to get a racing event there soon.
Robert Amar a past vice president of TTASA is very well known for advancing the level of motorsport in T&T. In Wallerfield’s heyday, Robert was responsible for bringing a Porsche Racing series to T&T and had also raised the bar of racing here to a level never seen before or after. Robert has represented T&T in the 24hrs of Sebring and the Miami Gran Prix with the famous Pressure Cooker racecar that was built in Japan.
Both these persons play an integral part in the process taking place right now with getting back a track.
Also attending the meeting will be members from all the registered racing bodies, clubs, associations, fraternities and disciplines interested in having events and racing at Wallerfield.
All are reminded that this initiative will not work without unification among all interested parties and this has been reiterated by the Minister of Sport and his Ministry.
Ask as many questions and hear what has happened and will happen soon.
Anyone can attend and everyone is invited.
ps – ALL are reminded that NO one is allowed into the Wallerfield complex at any time and there will be no racing there until negotiations between this committee, the Ministry of Sport, The Ministry of Trade and Industry and eTeck have been completed and a go-ahead has been given for racing to resume at Wallerfield. Please refrain from congregating at the gate and around the Wallerfield and Cumuto area expecting a racing event as these gatherings will only make it more difficult for the negotiations to move forward with the Ministry and eTeck.