High praise for “enjoyable event” from winning crew

Navigational Rally veterans Leslie Alleyne and Chris O’Neal added another victory to their already impressive record on Saturday (September 14) when they won the Super-S Lubricants September Safari, an event Alleyne described as “certainly one of the more enjoyable events in many years”. With the biggest MudDogs entry since 2017, Alleyne added that the third round of the Barbados Rally Club’s (BRC) 2019 Chefette MudDogs Safari Championship also created “a really good vibe going forward”.


British F4 driver Zane Maloney scored his first car racing championship title last weekend at Knockhill Racing Circuit following win number eight of the season in the event opener, alongside another strong points finish in Sunday’s race one.

Zane, 15 from Barbados, followed a week of exciting news of BRDC Rising Stars honours with a stellar performance in Saturday’s qualifying, securing pole position for races one and three.



Closed-road successes for Sol Rally Barbados Escorts

Chefette Restaurants is to sponsor the Barbados Rally Club’s (BRC) innovative Marshal Exchange Incentive Programme, organised in partnership with last Sunday’s (September 8) Rali Bae Ceredigion, the first closed-road stage rally in Wales. Three Bajan marshals will travel to the 2020 edition of the Welsh event, their return flights funded by Chefette, a long-term supporter of the island’s motor sport volunteers, while marshals from Rali Bae Ceredigion will attend Sol Rally Barbados 2020.



Three Driver Challenges, as crews drive from day into night

With a new title sponsor, three Driver Challenges and the biggest entry for more than two years, Saturday’s (September 14) third round of the Barbados Rally Club’s (BRC) 2019 Chefette MudDogs Safari Championship promises to be a tough one for the crews and an entertaining one for spectators. The Super-S Lubricants September Safari will also run from day into night, adding extra spice to the competition.

BMF, Bushy Park applaud BRDC Rising Star Zane Maloney

Barbados Motoring Federation (BMF) President Andrew Mallalieu has added his voice to those of local sponsors Bushy Park Barbados, Rock Hard Cement and Sol in applauding 15-year-old Zane Maloney on his induction into the British Racing Drivers’ Club’s (BRDC) Rising Stars scheme. Founded in 1928, the BRDC is one of the world’s most exclusive motor racing clubs, home to the most successful racing drivers from Great Britain and the Commonwealth, with membership a highly sought-after accolade.



Barbadian driver Zane Maloney has been selected as the latest addition to the British Racing Drivers Club’s (BRDC) Rising Star programme, and the first in the Club’s history from the Caribbean.

Zane, 15, has broken records in his debut car racing season with seven consecutive race wins in British Formula 4 for team Carlin, and currently stands 37 points clear as championship leader.

By invitation of the BRDC, Zane joins the likes of Lewis Hamilton and Daniel Ricciardo in the Rising Star scheme’s storied history in wearing the traditional ‘blue roundel’ logo.

Gregg, Esuf and Walcott win big at Williams International

Jamaica’s Kyle Gregg, along with local drivers Suleman Esuf and Andre Walcott – all former Champion Drivers - were among the big winners at last weekend’s (August 31/September 1) Williams Industries International Race Meet at Bushy Park Barbados.

Zane Maloney thrills his home crowd on SR3 Cup debut

Taking a break from his F4 British Championship campaign, Zane Maloney thrilled the fans on The Hill at Bushy Park Barbados with a sensational debut in the Radical Caribbean SR3 Cup (RCC), racing a car for the first time on his home track. During the Williams Industries International Race Meet (August 31/September 1), the 15-year-old claimed Pole Position in Saturday Qualifying, then won all three races on Sunday, clocking the fastest lap in the first two.


Zane Maloney’s local car race debut at Williams International

Former Barbados Karting Association (BKA) Champion Zane Maloney, who currently leads the high-profile single-seater F4 British Championship, will make his home circuit car racing debut at this weekend’s (August 31/September 1) Williams Industries International Race Meet. With preparations under way in workshops across the island, and entries on the 17-race programme approaching a total of 80, testing was in full swing at Bushy Park Barbados today (Friday), with Zane getting valuable seat time in father Sean’s Radical SR3 RS and uncle Stuart’s Citroen C2.

Williams Industries International Race Meet

Revised Timetable at August 30

These scheduled starting times may be changed by the Race Director
Saturday, August 31

12.00pm: Practice 1 – Groups 1 & 2
12.20pm: Practice 2 – BimmaCup
12.40pm: Practice 3 – Groups 3 & 4
1.00pm: Practice 4 – Radical Caribbean SR3 Cup

Lunch break & Drivers’ Briefing

1.40pm: Qualifying 1 – Groups 1 & 2
2.00pm: Qualifying 2 – BimmaCup
2.20pm: Qualifying 3 – Groups 3 & 4
2.40pm: Qualifying 4 – Radical Caribbean SR3 Cup


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