Two wins extend Jeffrey’s Radical Caribbean Cup lead

Newcomer Ahmed Esuf leads brother Suleman and the rest of the field in the early laps of the reverse grid race, Guyana’s Kristian Jeffrey won two races, pictured leading pole-sitter Kristian Boodoosingh of Trinidad & Tobago, Former Champion Sean Maloney, who won one race, pictured leading Jamaica’s Senna Summerbell and Justin Maloney
Newcomer Ahmed Esuf leads brother Suleman and the rest of the field in the early laps of the reverse grid race, Guyana’s Kristian Jeffrey won two races, pictured leading pole-sitter Kristian Boodoosingh of Trinidad & Tobago, Former Champion Sean Maloney, who won one race, pictured leading Jamaica’s Senna Summerbell and Justin Maloney
Newcomer Ahmed Esuf leads brother Suleman and the rest of the field in the early laps of the reverse grid race, Guyana’s Kristian Jeffrey won two races, pictured leading pole-sitter Kristian Boodoosingh of Trinidad & Tobago, Former Champion Sean Maloney, who won one race, pictured leading Jamaica’s Senna Summerbell and Justin Maloney

Guyana’s Kristian Jeffrey has increased his lead in the 2022 Radical Caribbean Cup (RCC) with two more victories in the second round at Bushy Park Barbados on Sunday (August 28). On his first appearance this year, former SR3 Cup Champion Sean Maloney was the other race winner, achieving a family double with son Zane, who had claimed a notable first FIA Formula 3 victory at the iconic Spa circuit in Belgium earlier in the day.

  Jeffrey leads the standings with 125 points, while three more podium finishes keep Trinidad & Tobago’s Kristian Boodoosingh in the hunt for the title at the half-way stage of the season with 100 points. With his first podium of the season, Jamaica’s Senna Summerbell has moved up to third (56pts) with Maloney the highest-placed Bajan in fourth (51pts). There are smaller margins in the Nations Cup, although Guyana also leads on 130 points, ahead of Barbados (110pts), T&T (105pts) and Jamaica (63pts).
  Boodoosingh and Jeffrey set the pace from the start, with ‘Boodoostig’ topping the times in free practice with a best of 58.998secs, which he nearly matched in a close-fought Qualifying session, claiming pole position (59.022s) by just 1/1000th from Jeffrey. Former Suzuki Challenge Cup (SCS) Champion Suleman Esuf was third, with Summerbell and Justin Maloney completing the top five, both closer to the pole time by a couple of tenths than they had been in the opening round in July. Sean Maloney was sixth, the last driver within just three-quarters of a second of pole, while newcomer Ahmed Esuf lined up last on his first outing in an SR3.
  With races starting from the southern grid, Jeffrey snatched a lead he was not to lose from pole-sitter Boodoosingh on the opening lap, winning by 0.285s, the day’s smallest margin of victory. Summerbell passed ‘Sol’ Esuf for third on lap one and held off the more experienced Radical racer for his first RCC podium, also gaining the bonus point for fastest lap.
  Ahmed Esuf and Sean Maloney sat on the front row of the reversed grid for race two, Justin Maloney and Summerbell on row two, Sol Esuf and Boodoosingh on row three, with Jeffrey at the back. Sol made an excellent start, climbing to second behind brother Ahmed for the first couple of laps, but as race experience told, Ahmed slipped back as Sean Maloney assumed the lead from Sol, then Boodoosingh came through to third just after half-distance, with Jeffrey finishing fourth.
  Based on points scored in the first two races, Jeffrey and Sean Maloney were on the front row for the day’s final race, with Boodoosingh behind, just four points spread across the trio. Sol Esuf was next up, with Summerbell and Justin Maloney on row three and Ahmed Esuf at the back. Jeffrey made the best of the start, leading from lights to flag, while Boodoosingh jumped Sean Maloney on the first lap, these two claiming the remaining podium places. Summerbell reinforced his improving form with fourth place head of Justin Maloney, with the Esuf brothers completing the field.

Radical Caribbean Cup, round 2
Bushy Park Barbados (August 28)
Qualifying:
Pole - Kristian Boodoosingh - T&T (Fast Parts/Garage 61/RawPower Motorsports/Motul/Techpoint Tuning/Adon Group/HB4 Consulting/Richtune Radical SR3 RSX), 59.022s, 122.598kmh/76.18mph
2nd - Kristian Jeffrey - GUY (Radical SR3 RSX), + 0.001
3rd - Suleman Esuf – BAR (Express Imports/Fast Parts/Garage 61/RawPower Motorsports/Motul/Techpoint Tuning/Adon Group/HB4 Consulting/Richtune Radical SR3 RS), + 0.125s
4th - Senna Summerbell - JAM (Fast Parts/Garage 61/Bell Safety/RawPower Motorsports/Techpoint Tuning/Adon Group/HB4 Consulting/Richtune Radical SR3 RSX), + 0.358s
5th - Justin Maloney - BAR (Bushy Park Barbados Radical SR3 RS), + 0.636s
6th - Sean Maloney - BAR (Bushy Park Barbados SR3 RS), + 0.744s
7th - Ahmed Esuf – BAR (Express Imports/Fast Parts/Garage 61/RawPower Motorsports/Motul/Techpoint Tuning/Adon Group/HB4 Consulting/Richtune Radical SR3 RS), + 1.648s

Race 1 (10 laps): 1st Jeffrey, 11m 38.418s; 2nd Boodoosingh, + 0.285s; 3rd Summerbell, + 5.872s; 4th S Esuf, + 6.242s; 5th S Maloney, + 22.270s; 6th J Maloney, + 54.476s; 7th A Esuf, + 58.661s. Fastest lap: Summerbell, 1m 01.815s, 117.059kmh/72.74mph
Race 2 (10 laps): 1st S Maloney, 10m 05.012s; 2nd S Esuf, + 0.536s; 3rd Boodoosingh, + 3.119s; 4th Jeffrey, + 8.561s; 5th A Esuf, + 13.971s; 6th J Maloney, + 41.978s; 7th Summerbell, + 1:03.254s. Fastest lap: S Maloney, 59.237s, 122.153kmh/75.90mph
Race 3 (10 laps): 1st Jeffrey, 10m 44.609s; 2nd Boodoosingh, + 0.358s; 3rd S Maloney, + 2.634s; 4th Summerbell, + 3.414s; 5th J Maloney, + 3.803s. 6th A Esuf, + 24.166s; 7th S Esuf, + 1 lap. Fastest lap: Boodoosingh, 59.395s, 121.828kmh/75.00mph

Driver points after round 2: 1st Jeffrey 125 points; 2nd Boodoosingh 100pts; 3rd Summerbell 56pts; 4th Sean Maloney 51pts; 5th J Maloney 50pts; 6th Justin Campbell 47pts; 7th Stuart Maloney 37pts; 8th Suleman Esuf 36pts; = 9th A Esuf & Mark Maloney 24pts
Nations Cup points after round 2: 1st Guyana 130 points; 2nd Barbados 110pts; 3rd Trinidad & Tobago 105pts; 4th Jamaica 63pts

Qualifying rounds: Jul 10, Bushy Park Barbados (BPMSI); Aug 28, Bushy Park Barbados (BPMSI); Oct 9, Bushy Park Barbados (BPMSI); Nov 12/13, South Dakota, Guyana (GMR&SC)

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