Wallerfield

Wallerfield

SuperStreet Race Weekend #1

Wallerfield International Raceway
April 9th and 10th
From 8am
Spectator entry is FREE!!!

TTPMCL: International Drag Racing Meet 28/29.Nov.15

TTPMCL: International Drag Racing Meet 28/29.Nov.15

Motor sport in Trinidad and Tobago is often described by many die hard supporters in the following terms ”   …

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Kasey returns to CARS

Kasey returns to CARS

It’s been too long since I last attended a CARS (Creative Auto Racing Sports) event, well three years to   …

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TTDA Drift Motion 3: 08.Aug.15

TTDA Drift Motion 3: 08.Aug.15

Foggin’ it up at Wallerfield The Trinidad and Tobago Drift Association (TTDA) hosted their 3rd instalment of the Drift   …

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TTASA Open Practice: 23.Aug.15

TTASA Open Practice: 23.Aug.15

I’m sure at some point in your life you’ve encountered a tiny aggressive dog- all bark and skin teeth but walk up close and they shut right up.
Unfortunately this weekend Tropical Storm/Hurricane Danny was of the same caliber. Horrendous weather all week caused the Trinidad and Tobago Automobile Association (TTASA) to cancel their National Circuit racing event yet the weekend brought sunshine. But the event already cancelled what we supposed to do?

TTRC Track Attack: 09.AUG.15

TTRC Track Attack: 09.AUG.15

The effort put out by the various bodies is more than appreciated but every motorsport event of its type   …

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Speed Promotions Drag Racing: 02.Aug.15

Speed Promotions Drag Racing: 02.Aug.15

Originally carded for 25th and 26th of July 2015, the first drags at Wallerfield in quite a long time suffered blows from low turn out of competitors and spectators- perhaps due to the local banter over the prison break (and the clash with cricket and Autosport’s Drag and Wind), however the event was then extended to August 1st and 2nd- a good move on Speed Promotions part as the extended week brought about almost 3x the initial competitors and spectators and also better weather.

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?