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Name: Barbados Auto Racing League (BARL)
Website: http://www.barl.com.bb/ or https://www.facebook.com/BarbadosAutoRacingLeague

Barbados Motoring Federation

Provisional Motor Sport Calendar 2020

Feb 2 – Time Attack (BARL) – Bushy Park
Feb 9 - Kart Race Meet (BKA) – Bushy Park
Feb 22 - Autocross (BRC) – Bushy Park
Feb 23 - Drag Racing (BADD) – Bushy Park
Mar 1 - Race Meet (BPMSI) – Bushy Park
Mar 8 - Kart Race Meet (BKA) – Bushy Park
Mar 15 – Race Meet (BARL) – Bushy Park
Mar 15 - Navigational Rally (BRC MudDogs) – Islandwide
Mar 22 – Single Venue Rally (VRMSC) – Vaucluse Raceway
Mar 29 – Double-header Sprint (MCBI) – venue to be confirmed

Barbados Motoring Federation releases 2020 calendar

More than 50 events to be organised by the Barbados Motoring Federation’s (BMF) seven sporting Member Clubs are listed on the provisional 2020 motor sport calendar published today (November 29). The calendar is confirmed against a background of rising numbers of participants: approaching 500 competitors have seen action during 2019 in events run under permits issued by the BMF, up around 10 per cent year on year and including a welcome number of first-timers across the disciplines.

Jamaica’s Myers is Radical Caribbean SR3 Cup Champion

Jamaica’s William Myers is the new Radical Caribbean SR3 Cup (RCC) Champion, clinching the title in last weekend’s (November 16/17) final round at South Dakota, organised by the Guyana Motor Racing & Sports Club (GMR&SC). In a text-book demonstration of consistency, he claimed the regional title in its second year, with nine podiums in the 12 races and fourth-placed finishes in the other three. Despite failing to win in his Rookie season, Myers beat Reigning Champion and three-time race-winner Stuart Maloney to the title by seven points.

All to play for in Radical Caribbean SR3 Cup final in Guyana

Reigning Champion Stuart Maloney of Barbados leads Jamaica’s William Myers by a single point ahead of the final round of the 2019 Radical Caribbean SR3 Cup at South Dakota in Guyana next month (November 16/17). Mark Maloney is 10 points behind Myers, with Kristian Boodoosingh (Trinidad & Tobago) and Sean Maloney also within 35 points of the leader, so the title fight is wide open with a maximum score of 75 points possible across the last three races.

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ZANE MALONEY WINS BRITISH F4 TITLE IN DOUBLE-WIN THRILLER

British F4 driver Zane Maloney sealed the British F4 Championship title in convincing fashion with two victories at Brands Hatch Circuit this weekend, bringing his season tally to a record-matching 10 wins in total, continuing Carlin Racing’s clean sweep of the series since 2015.

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ZANE MALONEY SECURES BRITISH F4 ROOKIE CUP TITLE

British F4 driver Zane Maloney scored his first car racing championship title last weekend at Knockhill Racing Circuit following win number eight of the season in the event opener, alongside another strong points finish in Sunday’s race one.

Zane, 15 from Barbados, followed a week of exciting news of BRDC Rising Stars honours with a stellar performance in Saturday’s qualifying, securing pole position for races one and three.

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BMF, Bushy Park applaud BRDC Rising Star Zane Maloney

Barbados Motoring Federation (BMF) President Andrew Mallalieu has added his voice to those of local sponsors Bushy Park Barbados, Rock Hard Cement and Sol in applauding 15-year-old Zane Maloney on his induction into the British Racing Drivers’ Club’s (BRDC) Rising Stars scheme. Founded in 1928, the BRDC is one of the world’s most exclusive motor racing clubs, home to the most successful racing drivers from Great Britain and the Commonwealth, with membership a highly sought-after accolade.

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ZANE MALONEY ANNOUNCED AS BRDC RISING STAR

Barbadian driver Zane Maloney has been selected as the latest addition to the British Racing Drivers Club’s (BRDC) Rising Star programme, and the first in the Club’s history from the Caribbean.

Zane, 15, has broken records in his debut car racing season with seven consecutive race wins in British Formula 4 for team Carlin, and currently stands 37 points clear as championship leader.

By invitation of the BRDC, Zane joins the likes of Lewis Hamilton and Daniel Ricciardo in the Rising Star scheme’s storied history in wearing the traditional ‘blue roundel’ logo.

Gregg, Esuf and Walcott win big at Williams International

Jamaica’s Kyle Gregg, along with local drivers Suleman Esuf and Andre Walcott – all former Champion Drivers - were among the big winners at last weekend’s (August 31/September 1) Williams Industries International Race Meet at Bushy Park Barbados.

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