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The Action started all over again with Sheik Leisha venturing into Rail-car 7 second territory. Sheriff Lobo shared licks on the tracks with a shifter kart and the RAIN elsewhere on the island fooled thousands into thinking Wallerfield was in a mess. Boy were they wrong!
From Vans to VW's, Starlets to Silvias, everyone is getting in on the dialup action - taking racing off the streets and to the track.
D&W #7, staged on 20th September proved that not withstanding the challenge, with a good concept, one can stage an exciting Event. For those who participated they thoroughly enjoyed a full day of racing, even when the rains came and tried to interrupt the fun.
AutoSport Racing launched its 2015 Drag and Wind(ing) series of Events on 1st March at the ARC Car Park. With a mixture of rain, high breeze and then the best Caribbean weather, competitors welcomed the return to the original concept of Drag… and then the winding segments. This again proved quite attractive to both driver and patrons alike, since the “race” aspect from the start always kept everyone glued to see who would arrive at the first turn the fastest.
The event was held to provide relief for the people of Grenada with canned foods and bottled water being collected at the door in addition to the proceeds from the meet itself. Attendance was nothing short of stellar and an entire pickup tray was overflowing with contributed goods to be shipped to our brothers in need after hurricane Ivan devastated their homeland. Best runs of the day included an 11.3 record setting pass by Faisal's daily driven Evo7, 11.494 from Andre's muscular Dodge Charger and the RWD Street Champ, Yancee in his S14 Silvia doing 11.9. The show stealers however were the Daryan Warner's Porsche Gembella which bogged on the launch to run 12.8 while Shamu's 125cc shifter kart ran 15.0 @ 70.4mph