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Nations Cup introduced to Radical Caribbean Cup for 2020

Competitors in the 2020 Radical Caribbean Cup (RCC) will have an additional incentive to up their performance this year with the introduction of the Nations Cup, along with an extra point on offer for the fastest lap in each race. The regional championship’s third season kicks off at Bushy Park Barbados on Sunday, March 15, with all signs pointing towards bigger grids and hard-fought competition.


BMF sends motor sport officials on overseas training trips

With the 2020 motor sport season about to get under way this weekend, the Barbados Motoring Federation (BMF) has continued its programme of investment in training its senior officials. Owen Proverbs and Warren Gollop have each recently returned from overseas trips intended to further enhance their experience and skill sets as the BMF works to maintain standards and keep up with international developments.


Carlin is pleased to announce that Bajan driver Zane Maloney will join the team for the upcoming 2020 EuroFormula Open Championship. Maloney returns to the Surrey-based squad after his stunning debut single-seater season, in which he claimed the 2019 F4 British Championship title with Carlin.


Expanded calendar for Radical Caribbean Cup in 2020

The Radical Caribbean Cup is set to expand to six rounds in its third season, visiting all four of the region’s long-standing circuit racing venues for the first time. Published today (January 8), the provisional calendar lists two rounds each in Barbados and Trinidad & Tobago, with the traditional final in Guyana and a new Easter date in Jamaica. Ahead of the season, Bushy Park Barbados will this month (January 18/19) host an Engineering & Driver Development Workshop.



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