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Barbados Motoring Federation releases 2022 calendar

Nearly 50 events planned by the Barbados Motoring Federation’s (BMF) sporting Member Clubs are listed on the provisional 2022 calendar published today (January 8). In the last two seasons the number of events run under BMF permits has been reduced by 50 per cent or more with cancellations caused by the coronavirus pandemic, so the motor sport community is hoping that the effects of Covid-19 will start to abate.

BMF President elected to World Motor Sport Council

Barbados Motoring Federation (BMF) President Andrew Mallalieu was elected to the World Motor Sport Council of the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) at its Annual General Assembly in Paris, France last Friday (December 17). The elections came immediately after Mohammed Ben Sulayem of the United Arab Emirates won a four-year term as FIA President, replacing Jean Todt, who has stepped down after three consecutive four-year terms, the maximum allowable under FIA limitation rules.


BMF hails Kyffin Simpson for FRA Championship win

The Barbados Motoring Federation (BMF) has hailed 17-year-old Barbadian driver Kyffin Simpson’s success in winning the 2021 Formula Regional Americas Championship powered by Honda, as “beyond our expectations”. In a dominant campaign which concluded on Saturday (November 6) at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas, home of the United States Grand Prix, Simpson won seven of the 18 races and finished on the podium in a further six, helping renowned IndyCar engineer Tim Neff’s new TJ Speed Motorsports outfit to victory in the Teams’ Championship in its first season.


Bushy Park congratulates racer Zane Maloney

Bushy Park has sent congratulations to Zane Maloney, who finished fourth in the inaugural Formula Regional European Championship (FREC) by Alpine – certified by the FIA. During a campaign of 20 races at 10 circuits across Europe, which ended at Monza in Italy on Sunday (October 31), 18-year-old Zane claimed a famous victory at the Monaco Grand Prix circuit in May and stood on the podium a further seven times. Fresh from that success, Zane travelled directly to Valencia in Spain where he has been among the front-runners in this week's official FIA Formula 3 test.


Barbados Motoring Federation hails Monaco winner Maloney

The Barbados Motoring Federation (BMF) has hailed 17-year-old Barbadian driver Zane Maloney’s victory in Sunday’s (May 23) round of the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine – certified by FIA supporting the Monaco Grand Prix. Having finished second behind his French team-mate Isack Hadjar on Saturday, Maloney led a stunning podium lockout for R-ace GP outfit, with Hadjar second and fellow-countryman Hadrien David third.



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