Motor Racing gets go-ahead to restart

Motor Racing gets go-ahead to restart

After months of the latest Covid-19 ordinances that prevented sporting bodies from having events, TTASA has been working with the Ministries of Health and of Sport along with the Tunapuna/Piarco Regional Corporation to restart motor racing at the Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway.

In a letter to members, TTASA announced that they have been granted an exemption to carry out motor racing events once current Covid-19 ordinances are adhered to. That would mean no spectators and mask-wearing and social-distancing protocols will be followed:

Friday 02nd October, 2020.

PRESS RELEASE TTASA Granted Exemption to Host Motorsport Events at the Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway

It is with great pleasure that the Trinidad and Tobago Automobile Sport Association announces that we have been granted an exemption to host motorsport events once again at the Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway.

This comes as a request for the exemption was sent to the District Medical Officer, via the Tunapuna/Piarco Regional Corporation and also to the Ministry of Sport, and we thank them for understanding the nature of motorsport, being a non-contact sport.

A subsequent announcement will be made in the coming days outlining the event dates as they are still being prepared, whilst working together with affiliate clubs.

You are reminded that all events will be executed with all current COVID-19 ordinances adhered to, these include limited team members and no spectator crowds for events.

Thank you for understanding.

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Trinidad & Tobago Automobile Sport Association



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