November 10 and 11 has been promised as a racing extravaganza as the Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club launched its Ignite race meet.
Launched at the GT motorsport hall on Thomaslands on Friday, the event promises to be one of biggest to date for the sport, according to GMR&SC President Rameez Mohamed.
“The programme that we have set out is one where we feel confident will ensure that fans get their money worth and racers have an enjoyable weekend.”
Mohamed added that the club has already begun preparatory work to ensure that those touring drivers and riders are accommodated properly.
GMRSC Vice President Hansraj Singh echoed Mohamed’s comments, adding that they are looking forward to a large turnout of local drivers.
Meanwhile, Ansa McAl through representative Linden Henry and GBTI Through Pamela Binda expressed their company’s pleasure at being on board.
GMR&SC’s Ignite will form the basis for the final leg of the Seaboard Marine Caribbean Motor Racing Championships (CMRC) 2018.
Apart from the groups 1-5 and superstock classes of events, the Radicals are expected to make their competitive debut in the SR3 cup which culminates here as well.
Among the sponsors for that event are ExxonMobil, GBTI, B.M. Soat, Noble House Seafoods, STAG Beer, Air Services Limited, GUYOIL, Palm Court, Hand-in-Hand, Ramada Hotel, Survival Supermarket, Club 704, Sheriff Security, EC Investments, Prem’s Electrical, Nexus Machinery, Mohamed’s Enterprise, Choke Gas Station, Japarts, R. Kissoon Contracting, E Networks, Miracle Opticle, Bikers’ Bar, Samaroo Investments, Innovations America and SuperBet, Agriparts, Mobil1 and KGM Security Service.
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