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TTKA Event #8: 13.Sep.15

TTKA Event #8: 13.Sep.15

On Sunday 13th September, the Trinidad and Tobago Karting Association held their 8th event of the 2015 season. Although   …

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Autosports Drag&wind 16-8-2015

Autosports Drag&wind 16-8-2015

AutoSport’s D&W Event #6 was held on Sunday 16th August at the ARC Car Park. This followed just two   …

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AutoSport Drag and Wind: 26.July.15

AutoSport Drag and Wind: 26.July.15

Even though dates for AutoSport events were set way back in December 2014 clashes were abundant on the 26th   …

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TTKA Event #6: 19.July.15

TTKA Event #6: 19.July.15

Zipping through 2015 just like the karts themselves, the Trinidad and Tobago Karting Association is on to their 6th   …

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Solodex 4 – 5th July 2015

Solodex 4 – 5th July 2015

One AutoX, two AutoX, three AutoX, four AutoX… Four AutoX? Already? Yep 2015 is flying by and so is    …

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Autosport Drag+Wind 2:  12.Apr.15

Autosport Drag+Wind 2: 12.Apr.15

AutoSport’s Drag & Wind#2 was successfully executed on Sunday 12th April at ARC. This Event clearly showed that we are getting back into our groove of staging highly entertaining events, smoothly executed to finality, where winners are declared in every Class contested. And this time around final two competitors were able to enjoy racing for a best two in three to determine the winner.

TTDA Drift Motion 1

TTDA Drift Motion 1

Trinidad and Tobago Drift Association (TTDA) held its first public event for the year on Sunday 22nd March 2015 at the Arima Race Club’s car park. This event, the first of four planned for 2015 intended to place drifters in mild competition, while showcasing the sport and training new interested drivers to expand the exposure of the drift scene in Trinidad and Tobago.

Solodex 1 – 8th March 2015

Solodex 1 – 8th March 2015

CARS kicked off its first competition event for 2015 on March 8th at the Arima Race Club car park and opted for a twist to the familiar old karting course. This time the course was run in reverse in an attempt to level the playing field for the rookies now entering the heat of competition.