Fresh off his dominating performance during the staging of the first leg of the Caribbean Motor Racing Championship (CMRC) which was held at Bushy Park in Barbados last month, Canada-based Guyanese race driver Kristian Jeffrey produced another scintillating display at the wheels when he finished on the podium on debut at the Canadian Touring Car Championships.
Jeffrey, driving for the Blanchet Motorsport team at Shannonville double header on July 26-27, piloting a Honda Civic Si, the young speedster ended third after qualifying fourth on the grid on Sunday.
On Saturday, Jeffrey showed his class again when he qualified eight on the grid and progressed up the field to end one spot shy of another podium finish.
The emerging young driver has been enjoying an incredible season so far since making his impressive debut at the CMRC and showed how much he had learned in a short time after being locked in an intense battle with championship leader Michael Sallenbach in addition to other great drivers.
The multi-talented sportsman is a former karting champion and national Squash champion and his success to date means that he has managed to transform his outstanding exploits from the other disciplines on to the track both in the Caribbean and Canada.
The CMRC second leg is set for Trinidad and Tobago and no doubt the young speedster has his sights already set on procuring more valuable points for his native Guyana as it positions itself to win the overall Country title.
Jeffrey, who leads the current points standing in the Individual category, will also be aiming to stretch his lead and gain valuable advantage over his rivals that include his father Kevin. Kaieteur Sport extends best wishes to Kristian in his future endeavours and we also hope that he continues to make his family and Guyana proud.
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