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Radical Cup headlines 20-race Fast Parts Race Meet

The first-ever double-header for the Radical Caribbean Cup (RCC), which showcases the fastest race cars in the region, headlines an action-packed 20-race programme at the Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway next weekend (July 22/23). Sponsored by Fast Parts Caribbean and organised by the Trinidad & Tobago Automobile Sports Association’s (TTASA), the provisional schedule features more than 16 hours of track action over two days.

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Radical Caribbean double-header for T&T fans at Wallerfield

Circuit racing fans in Trinidad & Tobago are in for a rare treat next month, when the Radical Caribbean Cup stages its first-ever double-header for the Suzuki-powered Radical SR3 sports-racers at the Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway. Catering for the fastest race cars in the region, the five-round series administered from Bushy Park is currently being led by T&T hotshot Kristian Boodoosingh, who finished runner-up last year.

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Boodoosingh and T&T lead Radical Caribbean Cup

Kristian Boodoosingh of Trinidad & Tobago is the early leader of the 2023 Radical Caribbean Cup (RCC) after winning twice in the opening round at Bushy Park Barbados yesterday (May 14). While Mark Maloney of Barbados was the other race-winner, two podium finishes plus two fastest lap bonus points place Jamaican teenager Tommi Gore second in the standings on his debut in the series.

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Unfinished business in the RCC for Boodoosingh and T&T

Kristian Boodoosingh of the Fast Parts Caribbean team heads in to the fourth season of the Radical Caribbean Cup (RCC) knowing there is unfinished business both for him as a driver and his home country Trinidad & Tobago. The first of five three-race meetings for the Suzuki-powered Radical SR3s is at Bushy Park Barbados on Sunday (May 14), where the Trinidadian has been a race-winner in the past.

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Jamaica’s Tommi Gore joins Radical Caribbean Cup

Jamaican teenager Tommi Gore, son of double Caribbean Motor Racing Champion (CMRC) Doug, will join the grid for the fourth season of the Radical Caribbean Cup (RCC) which gets under way at Bushy Park Barbados on Sunday, May 14. A third-generation racing driver – grandfather Neil was also a successful competitor - 18-year-old Tommi is proud to be carrying on the family tradition at the highest level of regional racing.

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Dates confirmed for Radical Caribbean Cup 2023

The calendar for the fourth season of the Radical Caribbean Cup (RCC) confirmed today (Wednesday) includes two visits to Trinidad & Tobago for the first time. The Suzuki-powered Radical SR3 sports-racers, the fastest race cars in the region, will kick off the championship season at Bushy Park Barbados next month, with five rounds scheduled between May and November.

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New cars, new drivers for the FIA R5 class of 2023

New cars, new drivers and new car-driver combinations are set to change the face of the FIA R5 class in Barbados in 2023. With the season’s first closed road events scheduled for this weekend (March 18/19), island fans will witness the first of those changes as Jamaica’s Jeff Panton and Britain’s Rob Swann will be seen in action for the first time in Skoda Fabias, replacing the Ford Fiestas they campaigned last season.

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BMF publishes revised 2023 motor sport calendar

The Barbados Motoring Federation (BMF) has today (January 27) published a revised calendar for the 2023 motor sport season following consultations with its Member Clubs since the turn of the year. As before, the year’s programme will start over the first weekend of March, with 50 events scheduled to be run under permits issued by the BMF listed between then and early December.

Caterham Caribbean Cup 2023 heads for Bushy Park

British sports car manufacturer Caterham Cars will round off its 50th Anniversary year in 2023 with a unique race meeting at Bushy Park Barbados. The Caterham Caribbean Cup, supported by Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc (BTMI) will run from Friday to Sunday, November 24 to 26, bringing its special brand of wheel-to-wheel racing to the region for the first time.

BMF applauds FIA Rookie of the Year Zane Maloney

The Barbados Motoring Federation (BMF) has applauded the achievements of Formula 3 racer Zane Maloney following a whirlwind seven days in Europe for the 19-year-old Barbadian. While the headline news was joining the Red Bull Junior Team as a Formula 1 reserve driver for 2023, he also collected trophies at ceremonies in London, Monaco and Bologna, where he was crowned FIA Rookie of the Year, the second-youngest circuit racing winner behind double World Champion Max Verstappan and the first from F3.

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