Jan 25, 2020 Sports Comments Off on GMR&SC Endurance Championships Roshandin returns to action tomorrow
Shairaz Roshandin is the latest driver to confirm his participation in the Guyana Motor Racing & Sports Club (GMR&SC) first race meet of the year; round one of the Endurance championships which speeds off tomorrow at the South Dakota Circuit, Timehri.
Roshandin, a former group 2 champion, has thrown down the gauntlet, sharing with Kaieteur Sport that he is looking to take the Endurance field by storm with his Toyota Levin motor car that is sponsored by M.S. Roshandin Professional Diesel Works, Total Lubricants and RUBIS.
The daredevil vowed to usurp current and multiple-time 1600cc and overall champion Adrian Fernandes, “The other competitors should just prepare themselves to be beaten. I know the guys have been working hard but my camp has been doing work double time.”
Along with brother Shadab and nephew Saif, Shairaz believes that he has a formidable team.
Like all of the other competitors, Team Roshandin confirmed that they will be using tomorrow’s meet to gauge their machine’s level of preparedness for next month’s National Race of Champions (NROC) meet which will see at least eight international competitors jostling for top honours.
Roshandin didn’t compete in last year’s Endurance championship, in fact, last November’s Clash of Champions was the only meet that the team was able to be a part of, but that will not be the case in 2020 as Team Roshandin aims to make the podium in each race meet.
Following tomorrow’s meet, the tentative schedule has the National Race of Champions Circuit showing set for February 16th, while the drag championship boosts off on March 15.
Circuit racing returns in July on the 5th with August 16th being the highly anticipated international drag racing meet.
Round two of the Endurance Championship is set for September 13 with the last round of Drag racing is set for October 4th.
The highly anticipated International Circuit-racing event is set for November 8.
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