TriniTuner Event Coverage Archive
It’s the last day of RJ 2015 and those involved in the sport long enough will tell you, she can be a cruel Mistress. Things that you think could never happen, just suddenly drop out of the sky and turns everything on it’s head.
For example, last stage of the day, [...]
The first real day of action for Rally Jamtown 2015 and I must say, it was scenic. Also, vitamin C rich. From the drop of the hammer, Jeffery Panton hasn’t looked back and by the day’s 12 stages held a very comfortable 1 min lead of Simon Jean Joseph, whose [...]Full Story
It’s RJ Friday and a chance for all the fans to get up and close with the cars for this weekend’s rally. Due to a proper rain shower, things got off to a late start. It was then further delayed by a bad afternoon traffic jam, which saw stuck drivers [...]Full Story
Yes, the local rally season maybe over, but that doesn’t mean everyone across the globe is on holiday. The last of the big 3 Caribbean international rallies takes place this weekend through the orchards and gravel roads for this weekend, with mud and water splashes pimpling the stages for the [...]Full Story
Chris Gone Wilder is part of a team consisting of two boats owned by Chris Ramsawack and sponsored by Western Ship and Rig Supplies. Chris Gone Wild, a 28 ft. Bowen Hull, formerly known as Checkmate, which races in the F class (70 mph) and Chris Gone Wilder a [...]Full Story
Following a strong showing across all classes in the final round of the 2015 Seaboard Marine Caribbean Motor Racing Championship (CMRC) at South Dakota on Sunday (November 15), Team Guyana has won the Country Championship for a third straight year. The home team’s impressive tally of 423 points rocketed them [...]Full Story
Trinidad and Tobago’s Team Tigers are well-set on a future path to a 2016 country title in the Caribbean Motor Racing Championship, with an impressive second-place 2015 finish in a fight to the very end against title defenders and now two-time champions Guyana. The Team was just eight points [...]Full Story
Another stunning performance from Ravi Singh ensured T&T’s Team Tigers did not leave the Seaboard Marine Motor Racing Championships (CMRC) Qualification day on Saturday without a pole after he qualified in the Group 3 class.
Singh’s 36.113sec lap time was enough to give him the prime spot for the jump [...]
Italian rally driver Luca Pregliasco to visit Trinidad and Guyana. During his stay in Trinidad all racing stakeholders are invited to Canvas Restaurant, Long Circular Road, St. James on the 17th November 2015 to meet Luca and hear what he has to say.
Luca Pregliasco Profile provided by FIA/NACAM:
Born in Cuneo [...]Full Story
A brief look at the Grenadian competitors for the TTPMCL Drags Meet.Full Story