Chairman Noel reports to 65th Anniversary AGM


Motor sport volunteers praised by FIA Trainers

Regional motor sport volunteers came in for high praise after four days of training at Bushy Park concluded last Sunday (July 24). Organised by the Barbados Motoring Federation (BMF) and funded by a Cluster Grant from the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA), the biggest-ever exercise of its type in the region also included participants from Antigua, Guyana and Jamaica.


Motorsport Australia

Founded in 1953 as the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport (CAMS) – it was rebranded in 2020 - Motorsport Australia has successfully trained and mentored more than 4000 officials and marshals. One of four FIA Institute Regional Training Providers (RTP), it has provided training and/or operational support for the Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Korean, Malaysian, Singapore and Vietnam Grands Prix and worked on the establishment of the Vietnamese Motorsports Association, the country’s ASN, in 2019.


Record number for BMF training at Bushy Park

A record number of more than 170 volunteer officials and marshals will gather at Bushy Park this week for four days of training organised by the Barbados Motoring Federation (BMF). Funded by a successful Cluster Grant Application by the BMF to the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA), this will be the biggest-ever exercise of its type in the region and also include participants from Antigua, Guyana and Jamaica.


Extra rounds spice up R5 Rally Championship title fight

Two extra events added to the calendar for the R5 Rally Championship presented by First Citizens look set to spice up the title battle when action in the island’s first-ever national motor sport championship sanctioned by the Barbados Motoring Federation (BMF) picks up again after the summer break next month. Following Sol Rally Barbados (June 4/5), the top six in the standings are covered by just under 50 points, with the potential maximum on offer now increased to 190 during the remaining four months of the extended season.


Jeffrey and Guyana lead Radical Caribbean Cup

Kristian Jeffrey of Guyana is the early leader of the 2022 Radical Caribbean Cup (RCC) after winning twice in the opening round at Bushy Park Barbados yesterday (July 10). Chief Instructor at the St Philip facility Justin Campbell was the other race winner, while Trinidad & Tobago’s Kristian Boodoosingh claimed three podium finishes in the tightest start yet for the regional series.


Four nations confirmed for Radical Caribbean Cup

Drivers from four regional territories - Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago - will fight for the Nations Cup as well as the individual title in the 2022 Radical Caribbean Cup (RCC) when circuit racing resumes at Bushy Park Barbados tomorrow (Sunday) for the first time in almost two years. The delayed four-round series gets under way at Bushy Park Motorsports Inc’s (BPMSI) first race meet of the season, which will also include races for the Club’s saloon car categories.



New faces in the top 10 as competitor numbers rise

Edward Corbin leads the Barbados Rally Club’s (BRC) Champion Driver title chase after five rounds. With nearly 60 drivers having now scored in the 2022 Driver’s and Class Championships, there’s a fresh look to the top 10 this year as newcomers are making their mark in the sport, with numbers also rising dramatically after the pandemic.



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