TTASA Scores Big Corporate Commitments with 2020 Improvement Campaign

TTASA Scores Big Corporate Commitments with 2020 Improvement Campaign

The Trinidad and Tobago Automobile Sport Association (TTASA) rapidly benefitted from the fruits of their labour at the first instalment of the 2020 Street Car Shootout (with timing). After just over a month of intense work during the motorsport off-season, the first phase of the 2020 Improvement Campaign is almost complete. This first phase aimed to revamp the spectator viewing area, erect a safety wall and install restroom facilities at the drag racing strip area. As the first event approached, and only the restroom facilities left to be completed, many avid spectators came out in their numbers to witness these improvements.

The first Street Car Shootout for 2020, included the timing system, as many competitors longed for this style of event- as reflected by the competitor turn out of over one-hundred. In addition to this, over a 1000 spectators made use of the new bleachers and easy access to both pit and general spectator areas.

In addition to this, the introduction of a Diesel class, by Chevron Delo, piqued the interest of many pick-up van owners as they found a new way to enjoy both their stock and modified vehicles. Companies such as Lifestyle Motors and Massy Motors, also showed interest in this class, bringing their newest vehicles to exhibit at the event.

In addition to this, many other companies such as Mobil 1, Kendall Motor Oil, Redline Oil, Monster Energy and InterChem made commitments to motorsport for the 2020 season. The Trinidad and Tobago Automobile Sport Association, thanks these companies for their involvement and looks forward to working together this season.

TTASA welcomes corporate entities to be part of the commitment to motorsport, if interested, feel free to contact our Honorary Secretary via email, at any time.

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