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Radical Caribbean Cup returns to T&T and Wallerfield

The third round of the 2022 Radical Caribbean Cup (RCC), originally scheduled for Bushy Park Barbados, will now take place at the Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway in Trinidad & Tobago. To be run over the weekend of October 8/9, it will be organised by the T&T Automobile Sports Association (TTASA), after which the cars will be shipped on to Guyana for the final at South Dakota on November 12/13.

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Maloney increases lead in R5 Rally Championship

Stuart Maloney has increased his lead in the R5 Rally Championship presented by First Citizens with a series of strong results as the summer break was followed by four qualifying rounds in quick succession. With three wins and a second-place finish, he has now amassed 208 points after 11 of 15 rounds, giving him a 66-point lead in the standings over the new second-place driver, his brother Mark, who has steadily moved up from fifth over the course of these recent events.

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CREWS PREPARE FOR ‘DONKS’ SEPTEMBER SAFARI

MudDogs honour Rally Club stalwart Philip McConney

RALLY CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP HEADS FOR SEASON FINALE

Record numbers battle for 4wd Championship points

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Barbados selects Sealy for FIA Esports Games

Barbados will compete in the second edition of the FIA Motorsport Games to be held in France in October, where up to 80 National Sporting Authorities of the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile will be chasing gold, silver and bronze medals. The Barbados Motoring Federation (BMF) confirmed today (Wednesday) that Leon Sealy will represent it in Esports, one of 17 disciplines spanning the motor sport spectrum.

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Two wins extend Jeffrey’s Radical Caribbean Cup lead

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.

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BMF applauds Zane Maloney’s first FIA F3 win

The Barbados Motoring Federation (BMF) was quick to congratulate Barbadian Zane Maloney on his first victory in the FIA Formula 3 Championship at the iconic Spa-Francorchamps circuit in Belgium today (August 28). Less than 24 hours after he rolled into retirement following heavy contact in the Sprint Race, the 18-year-old led team-mate Roman Stanek home in the Feature Race in Trident Motorsport’s first double podium of the season.

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Esuf returns as Radicals share limelight with Street Digs

Former multiple Suzuki Challenge Series Champion Suleman Esuf will return to the category at Bushy Park Barbados on Sunday (August 28) in round two of the Radical Caribbean Cup. And he will be joined on the grid for the first time by his brother Ahmed, who will also race with the Fast Parts team, bringing to 42 the number of drivers to have competed in the Suzuki-powered Radicals since the series was launched in 2015.

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Caribbean Junior Karting series returns at Bushy Park

Rising young stars from across the region will enjoy a chance to shine when the second Caribbean Junior Karting Academy Trophy (CJKAT) is staged later this year (November 4-6). Administered by the Barbados Motoring Federation (BMF) in association with Bushy Park Circuit Inc (BPCI), it follows the successful running of the inaugural event in 2019 after which subsequent editions were affected by the pandemic.

DOUBLE TOP FOR SKEETE IN RALLY CLUB AUTUMN SPRINT

Hard-fought battle for places lights up a grey day

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