Skeete heads entry for Canefield speed event

Reigning Barbados Rally Club (BRC) champion Roger Skeete heads an impressive 32-car entry for Sunday's (April 28) third round of the 2002 Autozone/LAW Motors Championship, at Canefield.
Despite some damage suffered by his Texaco/McEnearny/Pirelli Ford Escort at the Vaucluse Raceway last Sunday, Skeete will face Paul Bourne in the Banks/Texaco/Williams Industries Subaru Impreza WRC and Richard Roett (Michelin/Massco/Esso/Roett's Garage Toyota Celica GT4) for honours in Group Modified 9.

Barbados Rally Club charity drive for Challenor children

The Barbados Rally Club (BRC) recently presented the Challenor Creative Arts & Training Centre in St. Thomas with a cheque for $10,000. The funds were raised at the nearby Vaucluse Raceway, when some of the island's top rally drivers offered motor sport fans passenger rides round the three-kilometre track.

Strong entry for second AutoZone/LAW Motors event

The strongest entry yet in the 2002 motor sport season in Barbados has been gathered for the Castrol Rally, a joint Barbados Rally Club (BRC) and Motoring Club of Barbados Inc (MCBI) promotion this Sunday.

Skeete fights the clock to be ready for Sunday

Reigning Barbados Rally Club (BRC) champion Roger 'The Sheriff' Skeete is fighting time to be ready for the club's second event of the year, this Sunday's (April 7) double-header at Sailor Gully and Pickerings, a joint promotion with the Motoring Club of Barbados Inc.
Since journalists visited the McEnearneys workshop nearly three weeks ago, work has been going steadily. On Tuesday afternoon, Skeete said: "We worked all the holiday weekend and we'll keeping working right through this week.

Rodriguez leads new Barbados Rally Club committee

Antonio Rodriguez was elected chairman of the Barbados Rally Club (BRC) at the club's Annual General Meeting on Thursday (March 21); he replaces Roger Skeete and returns to the position from which he resigned a year ago.
More than 50 club members attended the meeting, held at the Barbados Clay Target Association's clubhouse at Searles in Christ Church; voting for the club's officers and management committee was followed by lively discussion about the club's future in a meeting which lasted more than three hours.


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