Despite the fact that he is currently placed in seventh position in the points standing
of the Seaboard Marine Caribbean Motor Racing Championship (CMRC), Group 2 racer Chet Singh speaking with Kaieteur Sport yesterday said he believes that his Honda Civic has the speed to upstage his rivals come November 16, at the South Dakota Circuit.
Singh, who along with counterparts Shairaz Mohamed and John Joseph will spearhead Guyana’s quest to defend home turf, disclosed to this newspaper that he has made significant upgrades since the car last competed and he is expecting it to perform at its maximum.
“We’ve done a lot of work to the engine and suspension and I can guarantee you that we will definitely generate more speed and definitely more competitive than ever before,” Singh said.
The former Group 2 champion has so far earned 28 points following his credible performance during the opening leg of the CMRC at Bushy Park in Barbados, but did not attend the second leg in Trinidad and Tobago so he has clearly placed his bets on doing well at home.
According to the experienced racer, Group 2 will produce some of the most fascinating races with drivers expected from Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, Suriname, the USA and Canada, informing that the category is heavily subscribed and fans should anticipate it to rival that of the marquee Group 4 Division.
Quizzed on who could be the likely spoilers come race day, Singh pointed to Bajans, Mark Thompson and Edward Corbin in addition to Jamaica’s Kyle Gregg and Guyana’s own Mohamed as those who’re capable of producing riveting performances.
In addition to fancying his chances of doing well, Singh reckoned that Guyana could very well retain the Country title which they won last year.
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