Guyana will look to defend home territory against Suriname this Sunday at the Guyana Motor Racing & Sports Club (GMR&SC) Golden Jubilee “King of Dragz” race event at the South Dakota Circuit, Timehri. A large contingent of Surinamese participants is expected to invade the land of many waters with the GMR&SC already confirming over twenty registrants from the Dutch speaking nation.
Guyana’s faith will rest on the wheels of the performances of Mohammed Enterprise 2 Nissan GTR’s, Toyota Supra, Mitsubishi Evolution, Mazda RX7 and other cars to defend its homeland.
Some of the Surinamese and their machines that will lead the challenge are the Lester Choy – Chevrolet Nova, Jean Paul Jose – Ford Cobra Jet, Ashton Ceyaren – Toyota Chaser, Ruben – Acura Integra, Prakash Latchman – Toyota Supra, Jeff Dong – Nissan Silvia, Vijai – Mitsubishi Evolution 5, Navin Biharie – Nissan 350Z and the Namchand’s Mazda RX7’s.
Upcoming Guyanese racing stars Rondell and Peter Daby as well as other local drivers are expected to present a good showing of themselves with the GMR&SC fine tuning preparations for participation at the Caribbean
Motor Racing Championships (CMRC).
The opening round of the CMRC is slated for JAMWEST in Jamaica on May 22 with the final leg scheduled for November in at the South Dakota Circuit in Guyana.
For tomorrow’s “King of Dragz” the GMR&SC will be using the Time Bracket Elimination system and the same drag strip that was used for last drag race meet that was held at the South Dakota Circuit.
Admission for adults is $1,000; children, 12 years and older $500 while vehicles and children under 12 years old will be admitted free. The action gets going at 9:00 Hrs
Participants are strongly urged to be on time to ensure the smooth flow of the event.