Former Group 2 champion US-based Afraz Allie speaking with Kaieteur Sport via e-mail said
despite the challenges faced during the recently concluded final leg of the Seaboard Marine Caribbean Motor Racing Championship (CMRC), his team is planning an all out attack on the regional title come next year.
According to the Guyanese racer, apart from some unfortunate incidents that occurred during the races in the CMRC, the team was extremely satisfied with his Toyota Starlet’s performance and they are eager to showcase its capability come next season.
Allie, who came into the country just two days prior to the final leg of the CMRC Series finished with a third place, before retiring for the remainder of the day after being hit from behind whilst leading the second race, forcing him out of competition.
“In every race I was in contention and had it not been for brakes issue in the first race after I had moved up from fifth to second, before the brakes failed relegating me to third I might have won that race,” Allie felt.
The local speedster said that the brakes issue was quickly resolved in time for the second race in the category and he leaped into the lead from the start only to be hit from the car behind, taking him into a spin which placed him into the path of an oncoming car that slammed into his, badly damaging the front and ultimately forcing an early retirement.
Allie said he plans to compete in all four leags next year starting with the one in Jamaica, before going on to Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago and then on to Guyana.
He expressed gratitude to the following spknsors for their continued support as well as those who came on board for the first time.
They include: Classic Printing Supplies, Mohamed’s Enterprise, Prems’s Electrical, Mike’s Copy Centre, Tulshi machine Shop, Cellphonix, Clifton Auto Spares and accessories, Ramchand Wrecker Service and Guytrac through its Crown Battery.
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