Kings Residence Inn, TicketMaster shifts gear for International Race of Champions

Ticket Master and Kings Residence Inn have both kicked the Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club (GMR&SC)’s International Race of Champions into overdrive.

The two companies have joined the party ahead of the event, which also forms the basis for the final leg of the Caribbean Motor Racing Championships (CMRC).

Ralph Persaud (Right) hands over his sponsorship to GMR&SC for their International Race of Champions 2017. Tina Morris of GMR&SC Collects.

Luciana Dandrade, Ticket Master’s representative and Ralph Persaud who represented Kings Residence Inn were both elated to hand over sponsorship for the event.

They both indicated that they were sold on the concept of both Radical demonstration and drift exhibitions, both of which will take place over the two-day racing event.

Meanwhile, a 27 race programme was unveiled recently which will encompass racing on both Saturday and Sunday, according to the GMR&SC.

The club has confirmed the participation of two professional drift cars from Trinidad and Tobago, as well as, four SR-3 Radicals from Barbados, in addition to the Caribbean Motor Racing Championship(CMRC) competitors that are expected.

Saturday will be treated as just another race day, with adults being charged $1000 per entry and children 12 -18 being charged $500. On Sunday, adults will be charged $2000 and children 12-18, $1000.

Qualification will also be held on Saturday morning from 10:00 with races beginning from 14:00. Scrutineering will take place on Thursday and Friday and before the qualification on Saturday.

Meanwhile, the club is organizing weekend passes for those patrons desirous of viewing both days of action as well as VIP passes.