JMMC - HERE TO FOSTER MOTORSPORTS
Taking centre stage!!
Rally Jamaica shaping up!!
Issue 5, November 01, 2007
With a little over a month to go the JMMC premiere event Rally Jamaica 2007 is shaping up to be a memorable event. Although not boasting a large overseas contingent as would have been desired by the planning committee the event nonetheless promises to de- liver on its promise of being the greatest motorsports show this side of the Caribbean.
Competitors will be coming from Barbados. Trinidad, Japan, St. Vincent. With a prospective entry list of 34 competitors the aim of the locals this year is to once again have the trophy remain on home soil.
The event is set to see a new venue for start. Day 1 will see the official launch at the National Stadium with 2 run of a Super special night stage. Day 2 will include Reynolds, Lydford and The Airstrip with Bybrook, Wakefield, New Works and the New Kingston Super- special on Day 3.
Competitors confirmed for this event include Defending Champions Gary Gregg/Hugh Hutchinson with Steve Ollivierre from St Vincent, Sean Gill/Michael Cummins the 2WD champions for RJ06. Current leader of the JMMC Rally Sport Championship Maurice “Mad Dem” Whittingham should also be entering with co-driver Phillip Ogilvie former contestant of the Jamspeed Adrenaline Rush Driver shoot- out.
ASR FOR RALLY JAMAICA 2007 are now posted on www.rallyjamaica.com
New bloods from Spot Valley Sports club should include Anna-Kay “Smiling Kay” Dunkley and Patrick Chambers both driving Toyota Corolla in class JA2
……………………….see more RJ07 related information on Page 2
Complete and submit your entries on time!!!
Upcoming Events—November 2007
Motorsports activities for the month of November.
Thoughts to ponder...
MBMC/JMMC Sprint #6– November 4 @ Morelands,
Character is who you are, Repu- tation is what people think you are.
JKA Meet 35 - November 11
. Palisadoes International
JMMC/MBMC Dexterity #5 - November 18. Up Park Camp Parking Lot, Kingston
JKA #6: Abe Zaidie Memorial Meet—November 25. Palisadoes International Raceway
The paradox of our time in his- tory is that we have taller build- ings but shorter tempers, wider freeways, but narrower view- points. ……..
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