Sunday shaping up to produce explosive rivalry
The forceful interactions were indicative of the challenges that are anticipated
on Sunday when the Guyana Motor Racing & Sports stages its first Meeting of the year, at the South Dakota Circuit.
This view was emitted during a Competitors Meeting called to apprise the racers of the rules of engagement for the season opening Circuit event saw drivers in heated debate as to who will dominate and reign on the day.
Reigning overall team champions Fullworks Auto led by Roshan Ali have vowed to maintain the team’s stranglehold in the Rookies, Group 2A and B categories, while drivers such as Afraz Allie in his Toyota Glanza, Chet Singh and Danny Persaud have all expressed similar confidence and are in full preparations mode to turn back any unexpected challenges.
Singh speaking with this newspaper said he did not have to do much work since the November Meet when he performed creditably, but he anticipated a real stiff test from the others in his group.
Allie exuded confidence as well, adding that even though it is the season opening event he will be attempting to make an early statement to the other guys that this year he will be even more formidable that last year.
Roshan Ali in his comments disclosed that the team intends to continue its reign and urged fans and supporters to come out and see the surprise package.
Asked about the surprise package, Ali refused to get into details and would only say that everyone has to be at the Circuit to see it.
The Meet also have rivalry in the Group ‘B’ category for Superbikes, while in the go-kart division, there will be races for the seniors and the exciting junior brigade that are the talk in motor racing circles right now.
Among the senior, veteran Stanley Ming, Shane Ally, Marcus Fiedtkou, Mark Vieira and Kevin Jeffrey are all slated to compete, while in the junior segment Nikhail Seereram, Denzel Hopkinson, Matthew Vieira, Matthew and Jonathan Phang, Elliot Vieira, Edward and Alex Powers, Stanley Ming Jnr, Raymond Seebarran and Alex Fiedtkou will go head to head in a titanic battle for supremacy.
The girls are not to be forgotten and word is that they too are preparing to show the fans that they are a force to reckon with and the likes of Britney Seereram, Emma Vieira, Stacy and Serena Ming and Alexandria Phang are all gearing up to thrill the spectators.
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