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 & Tobago Automobile Sport Association (TTASA) has acquired use of the circuit track at Wallerfield to host a leg of the CMRC regional circuit racing event here on August 24th 2014. Current TTASA President Mr. Robert Amar has confirmed that the association’s members are working feverishly to have the facility ready in time for the upcoming event. He said that”this event MUST take place”.Full Story
Our TriniTuner photographers took some time from shooting motorsport to capture the revelry and spectacle of Carnival 2014 both at the Queens Park Savannah and at the new SocaDrome at the National Stadium. Photos by Devi Nath, Nisha Kong (Niko Photo) and Narend Sooknarine (Zorce Magazine).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
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
Penti is back..! Scotty is back…! We’re back in Bronte…! The rain stopped the event….er…what..! Yes folks, we often laugh at NASCAR and they dealings with the rain, but on this particular Sunday, it made conditions unsafe for competitors to race safely.
3 of the planned 8 stages had to be [...]
The 4th installment of the TTRC championship took place on one of the many configurations of the Bronte course. Starting under the threat of rain and then into a scorch fest by mid afternoon, the dust became not only a problem for the competitors, but spectators and media alike.
Cristian Bourne, [...]
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
St. Lucia’s Annual Drag Racing Event “Drag Wars: Retribution” comes off this weekend and will be staged at the dis-used portion of the Hewanorra airstrip, locally referred to as The Base. For those who have been to Drag Racing Events throughout the Caribbean, we confirm that this is currently the best existing quarter mile drag strip, and this without any special development.Full Story
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Day 3 of RT13 saw the return of battle-ready teams who missed out on some of the previous day’s stages. The day saw one of the longest stages ever run in Rally Trinidad with a crisscross layout across Bronte. These four stages were run back-to-back and were the key deciding factor for the winner of RT13. The length of the stage and the level of difficulty proved to be a good test of the teams’ endurance and skill. Casualites were Cristian Bourne (gearbox failure), Latiff Khan and Zak Waddell just to mention a few. The popular spectator stage, Jack and Jill incurred no casualties and the teams completed two of the four stages and then proceeded to Tarouba Stadium.Full Story