He was once regarded as one of the best drivers in the region and someone who
thrilled Guyanese fans where ever he raced, but had not returned to these shores to race since 2008.
Well, local fans will have another chance to see Barbadian Stuart Maloney make his return to the South Dakota Circuit since winning the individual title when the final leg of the Seaboard Marine Caribbean Motor Racing Championship (CMRC) is staged on November 16 here in Guyana.
Maloney, who is one member of the Maloney clan that is headed by father Doug and brother Mark, will no doubt be aiming to duplicate that memorable performance of six years ago when he raced to five wins in the Championship to beat another champion Jamaica’s David Summberbell Jnr for the coveted crown.
He will, however, have to contend with a rising star in Guyana’s Kristian Jeffrey, who made his car racing debut in the CMRC this year and currently leads the race for the title with 85 points.
Jeffrey was in superb form when he demonstrated his natural ability and skills with a scorching display in front of Maloney’s home crowd during the first leg in Barbados and the Barbadian ace will no doubt be looking to pay back the favour here in Guyana.
He will also have as an incentive to upstage Jeffrey and the locals, the fact that Barbados trails Guyana by one point, while the pursuit for the overall title is close with leaders Trinidad and Tobago just 12 points ahead.
Trinidad and Tobago currently enjoys first place with 308 points and they are followed by Guyana 0n 297, Barbados on 296 and Jamaica in the cellar with 151.
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