Well…..clearly Tanner Foust read my comments in the Saturday album, because he took no prisoners and with the help of team mate Scott Speed, they secured the manufacturers title for VW.
Fans of Mr. Block were left with bitter disappointment yet again as #43 failed to get past [...]Full Story
How do I accurately describe the first day of competition? Well….rubbing is racing, the action…like the temperature was scorching, despite the emissions issue…VWs are clearly the car to beat….and that Mr. Block is finding out that racing in Barbados isn’t as easy as a vacation here.
Yes, they’re back for more. After a great time the first time round as part of the Top Gear Festival last year, GRC has returned to Bushy Park in Barbados.
This time, unlike last year where they only had one competitive race round, this year, both Saturday and [...]
Red Bull Global Rallycross returns to Bushy Park Barbados next week (October 3/4) with a brand new course layout, the longest and fastest in series history. At 1.1208 miles long, it is the first track to run for more than a mile; with the addition of two new passing zones [...]Full Story
Posted By: Kasey Ramoutar01/08/15No Comments;
Tags:02, annual, bad, Boats, car, Chaguaramas, drift, Drifting, event, granny, Kart, Karting, Motorsport, off, park, power, Rally, road, show, trinidadCategories: Car Shows, Drifting, Event Coverage, Karting, Motocross, Motorcycle, Off Road, Power Boats, Rally, Special Events
From what I’ve heard, piecing together an event is kind of like restoring a car- a complete pain in the ass, but Bad Granny did a great job combining classic cars, with motorsport clubs, new car companies, off-roaders, stunt bikes, automotive suppliers, media, drifting, kart racing and just about anything with wheels.Full Story
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Since Rally Trinidad 2015 all the rally fans had was Rally Tabanca and how does the Trinidad and Tobago Rally Club (TTRC) make up for this? By taking you into the bush after hours- yep night rallying is back!Full Story
TIGHT MARGIN FOR SKEETE AT LIME KING OF THE HILL Thrilling competition played out in front of huge crowds as Roger ‘The Sheriff’ Skeete (Sol/LIME/Simpson Motors/Automotive Art Subaru Impreza WRC S12) won an action-packed LIME King of the Hill yesterday (Sunday), as a record number of overseas competitors made their final preparations for Sol Rally Barbados next weekend (May 29-31), when the Barbados Rally Club (BRC) celebrates the 25th Anniversary of its premier event. Skeete is the first driver to win KotH a third time . . . and by the closest margin, just five-hundredths of a second. Jamaica’s Jeffrey Panton (Rubis/Total/Sandals Barbados Ford Focus WRC06) and last year’s winner Paul Bird (Rubis/Cockspur/Frank Bird Poultry/Hager/Mac Tools/Elas/Pirelli/C4L Focus WRC08) finished second and third.Full Story
Driver James Betts and Navigator Sean Abed the ‘local’ Barbados team claimed victory at the Trinidad and Tobago Rally Clubs 3rd event for 2015. Fresh and still buzzing from victory at Rally Trinidad just over a month ago the duo continue to gel and look more comfortable in the newly acquired Mitsubishi Evolution 8.Full Story
Jamaica’s Jeff Panton and Mike Fennell Jnr laid down a marker for next month’s LIME King of the Hill and Sol Rally Barbados, with victory in yesterday’s (April 19) Barbados Rally Club (BRC) Shakedown Stages. In the Rubis / Total / Sandals Barbados Ford Focus WRC06, they finished more than 18 seconds up on Trinidad’s John Powell, with Roger Skeete third, having fought back after early problems.Full Story
Pure bliss like Christmas in March, that’s how you put it. Opening containers full of cars for Rally Trinidad 2015, there isn’t anything going in Trinidad’s Motorsport world that can be better than this.Full Story