Apr 05, 2017 Sports
-Karters from Canada, T&T returning
Friday’s second edition of the Georgetown Grand Prix which is being organised by GT Motorsports at the Guyana Motor Racing & Sports Club (GMR&SC) will witness the emergence of young and exciting talent in the sport.
According to a source from the Organising Committee, a bunch of young karters have been confirmed to participate in the event and the Organisers are eager to showcase the skills and abilities of the next generation of motor racing stars.
Among those expected to be part of the activities are Elan Rahaman, Mikhail Persaud, Nathan Rahaman, Paige Mendonca, Jeremy Ten Pow, Justin Ten Pow, John Phang and Faroud Mohamed among others.
Jeremy Ten Pow and Mikhail Persaud dominated the 60cc and 125cc Junior Classes respectively and while their aim will no doubt be to successfully defend those titles, they’ve now become the hunted so with that state of affairs as real as ever, the atmosphere lends itself to some enthralling battles.
Both Ten Pow and Persaud won two races and a third place each, but their rivals will be looking for their own individual success on Friday.
The G/town Grand Prix is being staged for the second time and the large turnout that attended the inaugural event is anticipated to be easily surpassed.
Once again, karters from Canada and Trinidad & Tobago will be coming to challenge the locals in what should be a fascinating duel for spectators.
The event is being sponsored by Stag Beer, Sun Burst Juices, E-Networks, ISG, Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club, Optique Vision Care, King’s Jewellery World, Truck Masters, Trophy Stall, Prem’s Electrical Store, Honda Powersports, Super Bet Sport Betting, Vishal Auto Toy Store and Cyril’s Taxi Service.
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