Devan McCartney is Bushy Park Motor Sports Inc’s (BPMSI) Champion Driver for 2018, with Kevin Bynoe claiming the Champion Rider crown. At the third and final round of the Club’s 2018 Championship season during the Williams Digicel International Race Meet at the St Philip facility on September 1/2, McCartney claimed a hat-trick of Group 1/Class 2 wins, while Bynoe clinched the Superstock Bike title by just one point.
Team Barbados was the top points-scorer in the third round of the Seaboard Marine Caribbean Motor Racing Championship (CMRC) at the Williams Digicel International Race Meet last weekend (September 1/2). More than 20 local drivers contributed to the 527 points scored, moving Barbados from fourth to second in the Country Championship standings, with Mark Maloney and Devan McCartney the round three Champion Drivers in CMRC Group 4 and the new-for-2018 Gp1 respectively.
Digicel will join Williams Industries as joint title sponsor of this weekend’s third round of the 2018 Seaboard Marine Caribbean Motor Racing Championship (CMRC) at Bushy Park Barbados, rekindling a successful partnership dating back to 2010. The Williams Digicel International Race Meet (September 1/2) will play host to regional Champions past and present on two and four wheels in a 22-race programme organised by Bushy Park Motorsports Inc (BPMSI).
After claiming two wins in each of the first two rounds, Stuart Maloney of Barbados heads into the second half of the inaugural Radical Caribbean SR3 Cup season with a 22-point cushion at the head of the standings. On both weekends, however, the third race win was claimed by an SR3 Cup newcomer, teenager Isa Deen on home ground at Wallerfield in Trinidad & Tobago in June, then his fellow-countryman Kristian Boodoosingh in the Night Races on the Bushy Park National Circuit in Barbados in July.
Multiple Guyana Motor Racing & Sports Club (GMR&SC) Champion Mark Vieira will compete in the Seaboard Marine Caribbean Motor Racing Championship (CMRC) at Bushy Park Barbados for the first time in four years when he lines up alongside fellow-countryman Andrew King at the Williams Industries International Race Meet next weekend (September 1/2)
At the wheel of the Glassesco/NKM Clothing/Bio Beauty/SLAM 101.1FM/Automotive Art/Berger Paint/King Ocean Honda Civic, Thompson will be playing catch-up; he missed round one in Jamaica, then scored a disappointing, by his high standards, 23 points at Wallerfield (T&T). Now eighth in the table, Thompson has a good chance of moving up, as a number of drivers who scored in earlier rounds will be absent.
Williams Industries is confirmed as title sponsor of round three of the 2018 Seaboard Marine Caribbean Motor Racing Championship (CMRC), to be staged at Bushy Park Barbados next month (September 1/2). The local conglomerate thereby maintains its unbroken record of title sponsorship for the island’s qualifying round, which dates back to 2008 when Barbados became part of the current CMRC, following annual support for earlier regional race meets at the St Philip facility since 2004.
Former Superstock bike racer Devan McCartney has increased his lead in Bushy Park Motor Sports Inc’s (BPMSI) 2018 Champion Driver title chase from 30 to 39 points, despite failing to add his tally of class wins at the BPMSI Night Races last Saturday (July 7). Run from day into the night under the all-arena lighting, the first race meet on the new 1.28-kilometre/0.79-mile National Circuit produced some hard-fought action, particularly in Group 1 Class 2, the Club’s best-supported class.
Stuart Maloney extended his lead in the Radical Caribbean SR3 Cup (RCC) on Saturday evening (July 7), with two wins on home turf, as the second round played out under the all-arena lighting on the new 1.28-kilometre/0.79-mile National Circuit at Bushy Park Barbados. Trinidad & Tobago’s (T&T) Kristian Boodoosingh won on his debut in the series, echoing the achievement of his teenage compatriot Isa Deen at the Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway two weeks prior.