The National Grasstrack Racing Club (NGRC) is once again on the Gasstrack scene with its third Race Meet of the year which is set for the Essequibo Coast on July 14 at the Kayman Sankar Ground, Hampton Court.
Next month’s Meet is being touted as the biggest to hit the Cinderella County of Essequibo and will be held under lights.
Lovers of grasstrack in Leguan and Wakenaam are being urged to get set for what is expected to be an exciting family event with the riders set to display their skills and dexterity on their dirt bikes.
According to the organisers, some 11 races will be contested on the night with all of Guyana’s top riders already confirming their participation. Still up for grabs as the overall prize for the champion rider this season is a brand new 2012 bike worth over 2 million dollars.
After the completion of two of the projected five Race Meets this year, Peter Tulsi is leading the points table followed by Andy Rajkaran and Andrew Wong.
The NGRC said that it is pleased with the response they have received for the past two races which were both successful events. They are extending thanks to their major sponsors; Ashmins, Ansa Mc al, Demerara Distillers Limited and Trans Pacific Motor Spares.
An invitation is also being extended for more sponsors to support Grasstrack racing in Guyana to help grow the sport. Race time on July 14 is 16:00hours and patrons can expected to see stoked food and drinks bars.
Admission is set at $1000 for adults while children will be admitted free.
Interested businesses can make contact with club Secretary Mr. Ramkissoon on 643 1195. Grasstrack fans have an opportunity to win tickets by contacting the organizers on bbm 29631cbb.
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