Another dimension has been added to tomorrow’s Guyana Motor Racing & Sports Club (GMR&SC) Race Challenge (Dexterity) Meet which is scheduled to be staged at the National Park.
It is being reported that Team Buy Me Auto Sales has taken up the challenge of Team JR Burgers and are said to be highly motivated to thrill fans when they take to the Course.
With the Organizers giving allowance for teams to have navigators seated alongside the driver, Team Best Buy leader Danny Persaud gave Kaieteur Sport a hint during an interview that his co-pilot could very well be his wife Donna and they are confident of putting on a good show for the local fans.
“While this part of the sport has been absent for some time now, I feel that the Club has done a wonderful job in organizing the event and I’m optimistic that fans will come out and support the event,” Persaud told this newspaper.
Asked about how well he feels the fairer sex will cope with the guys as they demonstrate their skills and efficiency at the wheels whilst negotiating the obstacle-laden Course, Persaud said that there are some very good female drivers out there who are very competent and he will not be surprised to see many of them taking to the starting grid come tomorrow.
Meanwhile, the Organizers are urging all competitors to observe that safety and the well being of everyone will be a priority and therefore they are advising all to walk with their helmets and proper seat belts.
Competitors are also being advised that an official Booth will be set up to register all those interested in competing and this could be done from 12:00 hrs, while a period for practice sessions will follow the registration process before the competition begins.
JR Burgers and a full drinks bar will be there for patrons as well. Action time is 16:00 hrs and Rent-a-Tent Floodlights will be available along with parking and security detail from the Guyana Police Force.
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