Oct 31, 2012 Sports Comments Off on Caribbean ‘Race of Champions’ Meet…Beharry Automotive joins growing list of sponsors
Their reputation in the automotive industry is second to none and likewise their support for the motor racing fraternity.
Beharry Automotive Limited recently maintained its close relationship with the Guyana Motor Racing & Sports Club (GMR&SC) after making a significant contribution via sponsorship of the season ending Caribbean ‘Race of Champions’ Meet which is scheduled to be staged on November 11, at the South Dakota Circuit.
Club Manager Rayon Samaroo received a cheque for an undisclosed sum from Beharry’s representative Aaron Josiah at the Company’s location on Charlotte Street.
Samaroo thanked the Company for its sustained patronage towards the motor racing industry and promised that the Meet will be of a high standard and exciting races will be witnessed in every category among the best drivers, riders and karters in the Region.
Last year Barbados became the first country to hold both the driver and country titles and they’ve already indicated that they will be sending a strong team to represent the ‘Land of the Flying Fish’.
Among them are current Caribbean king Roger Mayers and Doug and Mark Maloney.
Currently, Jamaica leads the points standing with 113 points followed by Barbados on 64, Cayman Islands lies third on 26 and Guyana in the cellar on 21.
In the battle for individual supremacy, Summerbell, after copping a second and two third place finishes in Barbados, maintains his lead in the drivers’ Championship after six races, with 50 points and he will be supported by Peter Rae and Andre Anderson.
Guyana will be relying on Mark and Paul Vieira, Andrew King, Kevin Jeffrey and Vishok Persaud to thwart the challenges of the opposition.
Guyanese riders have so far dominated the Super bike category and their dominance is expected to continue, especially since Stephen Vieira, Carlos Rodrigues, Joel Neblett and Carey Griffith will want to put on a treat for the home fans.
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