Ming, the new F4 champion in Mexico

Ovverseas-based F4 Driver Calvin Ming continues to write his own chapter in Guyana’s Motor racing history. On Saturday at the world famous Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez Formula 1 Circuit in Mexico City, Ming sealed the top spot in the Mexican NACAM FIA Formula 4 championship series. According to reports from Mexico, Ming started off the weekend…

Ming ends F1600 season with yet another podium finish

In what can already be deemed a tremendous debutant season for Calvin Ming in the Formula 1600 series, Ming added the icing to the cake on Sunday at the Virginia International Raceway when he finished second in the 21st and final race of the series. Ming, who narrowly missed the podium with two fourth place…

“Dragz War 2” slated for October 2

The smoke and tyre burn will return to the tracks at the South Dakota Circuit come October 2 for the Guyana Motor Racing & Sports Club (GMR&SC) International Meet “Dragz War 2”. Only recently, neighbouring Suriname hosted some of the local dragsters who preformed outstandingly, winning most of the titles on offer. In May, at…

Guyana defends Drag racing title in Suriname

The Guyanese drag racers were successful in defending their title of best man and machine on a sunny weekend in Suriname. Team Guyana was well represented by Sanjay Persaud with the Toyota Wagon and Peter Daby in the swept the finals in their respective class. Sanjay Persaud, in piloting the Toyota Wagon won the 11…

Calvin Ming was third for Team Pelfrey

Millville, NJ – Neil Verhagen charged to the front late in the race and stayed there to win in round 17 of the F1600 Formula F Championship Series on Sunday morning by .063 seconds in the No. 3 K-Hill Motorsports Mygale/Honda at NJMP’s Thunderbolt road course. Teammate Peter Portante finished second while Saturday winner Calvin…

Ming Wins by .001 Seconds

Millville, NJ – Calvin Ming won by .001 seconds in a three-wide finish in the first of three F1600 Formula F Championship Series races scheduled for NJMP this weekend. It was a dynamic show as the lead was traded back and forth for the duration of the all-green-flag race with Ming winning ahead of Phillippe…

CMRC 2016 Round two Matthew Vieira cleans house

Mechanical woes continue for Jeffrey MATTHEW Vieira cleaned up in Trinidad and Tobago when the second round of the Caribbean Motor Racing Association’s (CMRA) Championships rolled into the Frankie Boodram International Raceway.Vieira was unrelenting in his romp to a perfect day which included sweeping the field of 19 riders inclusive of Barbadians, Jamaicans and Trinidadians…

Kristian Jeffrey clocks fastest time to claim pole

Reigning Caribbean Motor Racing Champion Kristian Jeffrey will start on pole today after recording a blistering 39:01 seconds to relegate Jamaica’s Doug Gore (39:08) into second place, while Barbados’ Mark Maloney (40:10) clocked the third fastest time. The event which is the second leg of the CMRC is being held at Wallerfield in Trinidad and…