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Team Tigers Eye 2016 Caribbean Motor Racing Championship

Team Tigers Eye 2016 Caribbean Motor Racing Championship

Trinidad and Tobago’s Team Tigers are well-set on a future path to a 2016 country title in the Caribbean   …

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T&T’s Ravi Singh Takes Pole at CMRC in Guyana

T&T’s Ravi Singh Takes Pole at CMRC in Guyana

Another stunning performance from Ravi Singh ensured T&T’s Team Tigers did not leave the Seaboard Marine Motor Racing Championships   …

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Caribbean Motor Racing Championship – Barbados 2015

Caribbean Motor Racing Championship – Barbados 2015

While heavy showers frequently disrupted the Williams Industries Digicel International Race Meet at Bushy Park Barbados on Sunday (September 13), competitors in round three of the 2015 Seaboard Marine Caribbean Motor Racing Championship battled the elements in a hard-fought and action-packed programme on two and four wheels.

CMRC Barbados 2015 – Saturday Qualifying

CMRC Barbados 2015 – Saturday Qualifying

Team Tigers, T&T’s Circuit Racing team is in Barbados at the fantastic Bushy Park International Circuit for Round 3 of the Caribbean Motor Racing Championship for 2015. We caught up with them during the qualifying rounds on Saturday morning to get their reactions.

Barbados welcomes regional racers for Seaboard Marine CMRC

Barbados welcomes regional racers for Seaboard Marine CMRC

Forty regional race-car drivers and bikers are making final preparations for next weekend’s (September 12/13) third round of the   …

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“Level CMRC playing field” for Williams Digicel International

“Level CMRC playing field” for Williams Digicel International

The 2015 Seaboard Marine Caribbean Motor Racing Championship (CMRC) is heading for Bushy Park Barbados next month with one of the most competitive line-ups ever assembled and, according to one former race-winner, the prospect of a far more level playing-field for two- and four-wheel-drive cars.

The Return of Racing at Wallerfield – A Guyanese Perspective.

The Return of Racing at Wallerfield – A Guyanese Perspective.

The repaving of the Wallerfield, now to be renamed the Frankie Boodram International Raceway at Wallerfield, has not only returned Trinidad and Tobago to the Caribbean Circuit Racing fraternity, it has reinvigorated, re-emphasized and replenished its hope of achieving a country championship in the CMRC. The large turnout of local participation all clamouring to fly The ‘Sun-Sea-Sand Banner’ added to the new found sense of patriotism, pride and splendour that combined to host the second leg of the Caribbean Motor Racing Championship. But how good was it?

First Test & Tune at newly resurfaced Wallerfield International Raceway.

First Test & Tune at newly resurfaced Wallerfield International Raceway.

TTASA has been busy preparing for the upcoming Trinidad leg of the SeaBoard Marine Caribbean Motor Racing Championship to be held at the newly re-paved Wallerfield International Circuit track, but they aren’t the only ones. The competitors have been waiting all year for a chance to test their cars and get valuable seat time on the track which was only resurfaced last week.