The Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club’s (GMR&SC) International Race of Champions is picking up pace with two new sponsors confirmed to date.
Prem’s Electrical and B.M. Soat Auto Spares are the two companies who yesterday handed over their contribution to the event.
In handing over Prem Electrical’s contribution, representative Nirmala Sukhram stated that the company has been on board for a number of years and continues to be satisfied by the event.
She added that a lot of the sport’s competitors use products from Prem’s Electrical hence the company’s decision to continually give back.
Meanwhile, B.M. Soat’s Afraz Mohamed echoed the same sentiments as Sukhram, saying, “We at B.M. Soat Auto Spares are very big fans of racing. We’ve been supporting it for a number of years and we hope to continue to do so.”
In collecting the sponsorships, GMR&SC representative Saurica Singh expressed the club’s delight for the various partnerships.
The twenty-seven race program is billed for November 11 and 12 at the South Dakota Circuit Timehri with races happening on both days.
In addition to the local races, the club has also included two sets of new events.
The much talked about Radical SR3 will make their debut here during that event as part of what the club deems ‘giving back to the fans.’
There are also three professional drift cars that are expected for the event so that persons can be introduced to and excited by the different forms of entertainment on both days.
Saturday will be treated as just as a race day, with adults being charged 1000 per entry and children over 12 years $500. On Sunday, Adults will be charged $2000 and children over 12 $1000. Children Under-12 are free.
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 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.