Motor racers revved up for National Race of Champions

With three days before pedal hits metal, the speed demon drivers and daredevil bikers competing in the second National Race of Champions are fully revved up for a day of adrenaline rushing velocity.

The cream of Guyana’s circuit drivers and riders are expected to transform the South Dakota Circuit into a speedway as they renew their high speed rivalries.

South Dakota’s Circuit is set to be invaded by Mark Vieira and his Mazda RX 8, Andrew King’s RX 7 and Kevin Jeffrey’s Mitsubishi Evolution V111.

The ‘Big 3’ Group 4 ace drivers had an intense battle in their last meet at the circuit as Vieira, King and Jeffrey each secured a victory in the three races.

King won the first race, Vieira stormed to victory in the second event and Jeffrey took the top honours in the last race.
Nonetheless, the Group 4 rivalry is steaming at an all time high with each of their speed machines running at an optimum level.

Still, who will be waving the chequered flag on race day remains to be seen.
Meanwhile, the Super Bikers who are always ultra competitive are also eager to start their engines and let loose their throttles.

New sensations, Nickel Seeraram and Mark Vieira’s son, Matthew are expected to go wheel to wheel with the more seasoned Bikers when the flag drops in three days.

Sunday’s event was planned and organized by the Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club (GMR&SC) following the cancellation of the Barbados leg of the Caribbean Motor Racing Championship (CMRC)

The meet is also being used as a warm up for Guyana’s leg of the CMRC in November.

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