Neil Armstrong and Barry Ward are carrying the 10th Anniversary Rally Trinidad trophy home to Barbados, just reward for the wholehearted team effort from everyone behind the Suzuki SX4 WRC project. After another perfect sequence of fastest times on the Snake and Jack and Jill stages on Sunday, they rounded off the weekend by winning the Mayor’s Cup 4wd trophy at the hastily but well-arranged SuperSpecial at Preysal.Full Story
Ten out of 10! That’s what Neil Armstrong and Barry Ward achieved on the Bronte and Cedar Hill stages in the south of the island to lead the Trinidad & Tobago Rally Club’s (TTRC) 10th Anniversary Rally Trinidad 2014 by more than three-and-a-half minutes at the end of day two. All did not go entirely smoothly, however, as a damaged engine mount on the Suzuki SX4 WRC needed some attention during the day, with the service crew ready to replace it overnight.Full Story
Expectant rally fans packed into the National Stadium last night as the Trinidad & Tobago Rally Club’s 10th Anniversary Rally Trinidad got under way . . . the spectator areas were full to overflowing, with many family groups in attendance, as were the Shell Helix VIP and STAG A Man’s Beer liming areas.
All the ingredients of top-flight rallying were on display – close competition, sideways superstars and even a daring demo by local hero John Powell, sidelined from the main competition through injury. To the surprise and delight of all, Powell (with regular co-driver Nick Telfer) drove his old Group A Shell Helix Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX on a spirited demonstration run peppered with donuts and four-wheel drifting; now owned by Reezan Mohammed, the car has not competed since 2012.Full Story
Under weather perfect for a day at the beach, ASPL held their 9th event in conjunction with Total Meguiar’s Car Crazy 2013 at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.
The racers were to the west, with the car show and judging within environs of the Jean Pierre Complex and the car park south [...]
With James Betts already taking the title for the 2013 championship, he exercised his option to sit the last event out in order to get his car ready for Rally Jamaica next month. This meant that the local boys had a good ole scrap to see who will the bragging [...]Full Story
Under hot skies, the annual Total Trailblazers Rally began at the Caroni Bird Sanctuary seeing the registration of some last minute competitors and final checks being carried out of all vehicles. The big prize at the end of the day, a trip for 1 to witness the Dakar Rally 2014 in South America….!Full Story
While most of you were tucked away under your blankets on Sunday, the Trinidad and Tobago Karting Association hosted its third even of the 2013 season. Despite overcast skies and a wet track, this race meet was the most successful for the year. Karters came out in their numbers and we saw the return of several racers who have been absent from the sport for some time.Full Story
The day began with a 7am call time at the Caroni Bird Sanctuary. 4×4’s and SUV’s of every imaginable shape and size were gearing up for a taste of the TOTAL Trailblazers 4×4 3rd Annual All Terrain Challenge event. Once again our TriniTuner Media Crew was treated to the use of a Polaris off-road, roll caged, tractor-tyred dune buggy with racing seats and a cooler strapped to the back thanks to TOTAL Lubricants and Meguiar’s Car Care Products to ensure we got the best vantage points along the way!Full Story
Side B held an open-invitational obstacle course event where competitors were classed into two groups: Novice (i.e. stock vehicles) and Professional (i.e. Modified for heavy off-road). The planning and prep for this event took a few months, with several ideas and contributions from the group, finally solidifying into a grand event: A specially-built off-road course, hosted in a limestone quarry in Williamsville, Tabaquite. The quarry owners – Dookeran’s Quarry, were only too happy to oblige and host such an event.Full Story
The 6th round of the TTKA championship resumed at its usual arena the ARC carpark . The weather again was up to its mischief , firstly with hot sun then a thunderous downpour and finallly to a cool overcast condition with a rapidly drying track. Qualifying was done with the sun out but the track still wet. Pole positions went to Jonmysay Sant ( MiniMax), Frankie Boodram ( Cadet), Shiva Supersad (Rotax Junior) , Haymant Singh (100cc), Reza Ali (Rotax International), Ryan Peyrau( Rotax Masters). All the competitors gave a great effort in qualifying , but special mention should be given to Haymant Singh who put down a masterful drive in a very slippery and tricky track.Full Story