Day 3: Saturday 27 April
Saturday was off to a bright, sunny start, after a mixed-weather Friday and everyone was praying it would abide. Once the timing system was up and running, confirmed by a two 12-second test passes with Neil’s BMW M5 (V8 twin-turbo) versus a 15.7-s run with their Range Rover Evoque, drivers were invited to walk the entire quarter mile for closer inspection. The Trinis came out guns blazing as the Boost Factory MKIV Supra put down a 9.1s pass and the Black Charmant dropped his personal best at 9.7s. Christian Tam dropped a 10.9 with his GC8 Impreza and the Central Speed boys were running 11s. The rRotaries had a moderately good showing with Ricardo Mohammed’s FD RX-7 clocking a 10.8 using just two gears, the OPS FD RX-7 ran an 11.3, Rasheed Mohammed clocked mid 11s with his FC RX-7 and Gregory John’s FB RX-7 also ran strong until he broke the differential.
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