Mar 20, 2016 Sports
-Watch out for Jeffrey versus Vieira showdown
Today’s National ‘Race of Champions’ Meet which takes place at the South Dakota Circuit promises to produce lots of excitement and daredevilry, especially with the chance of selection to represent Guyana at the upcoming opening leg of the CMRC up for grabs.
Word from within the fraternity is that all the groups have been fully subscribed and fans could expect some enthralling battles in every category.
With the return of Caribbean and national champion Kristian Jeffrey for the Meet, his presence has served to underline the seriousness of the event and coupled with the return of former champion Mark Vieira, it is almost clear that today’s winners will be the fans.
The Group 4 division, widely regarded as the marquee category, is once again expected to live up to that billing with Kevin Jeffrey, Irfaan Kalamadeen, Danny Persaud and Andrew King joining forces with the Vieiras and young Jeffrey to provide an exhilarating spectacle for the fans.
Then there is the Superbike division and this segment too guarantees fans will be on the edge of their seats as former champion Stephen ‘Valentino Rossi’ Vieira attempts to recapture his glory when he takes to the starting grid against cousins Elliott and Matthew in addition to the experienced Joel Neblett and another young and upcoming speedster in Kevin Persaud.
The other groups should also be very competitive with the Group 1 and 2 as usual anticipated to provide scorching rivalry.
Among those who could emerge as stars on the day are Roshan Ali, Chet Singh, Rameeze Mohamed and Shan Seejattan.
Meanwhile, among the sponsors on board to date are GTT and Fly Jamaica and admission to the races is $1,000 for adults and $500 for children under the age of 12 years.
Starting time is 09:30 hrs.
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