Trinidad & Tobago Team Tigers arrive in Guyana this week for the final round of the 2014 Seaboard Marine Caribbean Motor Racing Championship (CMRC) with a real chance of driving off with the coveted Country Championship title . . . if our team does pull it off, it will be a tremendous achievement in the T&T’s first season back in the CMRC for many years.Full Story
The Trinidad and Tobago rally club held its third event for the year 2014 at the newly re-introduced and apparently, very famous, Snake rally stage located in Preysal Village, Couva. The stage brought back to life for the International Rally Trinidad event which was held just before this one and here we are again.Full Story
The Trinidad and Tobago Karting Association held its first championship event for this season on April 27 after several false starts during the first quarter of this year. Track conditions were ideal as the weather was warm and sunny in east Trinidad providing ideal racing conditions for competitors at the ARC. There were two fully subscribed classes competing but the protagonists in attendance had a wonderful day of competitive action.Full Story
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
The friendly face and welcoming camaraderie of Caribbean motor sport has been much in evidence this week, never more so than on Wednesday, as competitors, support crews, friends and family gathered at MoSportt Bar & Grill in Caroni for Scrutineering and the Drivers Briefing for Rally Trinidad 2014.
Many still had much to do, particularly those from overseas, as they prepared to help the Trinidad & Tobago Rally Club (TTRC) celebrate the 10th Anniversary of its premier event. While the 24 special stages between tonight’s opening ceremony at the National Stadium and Sunday’s Grand Finale at Saith Park, Chaguanas, offer the motor sport challenge, even getting to the start line has presented issues for some crews!
With one week to go before Rally Trinidad 2014, Sunday became a ‘test and tune’ day for some of the local crews. Ryan Peyrau, sporting new livery on the Suzuki Swift and Sarah Jane Gopaul in her Liqui Moly Mazda opted for the Bronte stage in south Trinidad while Stuart [...]Full Story
The TTRC Championship Season began yesterday with our 1st event at our “Jack and Jill” stage in Milton Couva .. hot and dusty the day was, but the 5.1 km twisty stage was well crafted with the help of our equipment sponsor – JUSAMCO. With 2 new competitors on board, the event started on time at 10am with 10 stages initially planned … the 1st one after lunch was cancelled as the 5 morning stages ended past the intended lunch break.Full Story
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