Rev up for Breakers

Pirates Week comes to an end this weekend and many sports hope to send it out with a bang.

Among them is motorsports as Breakers Speedway hosts a drag meet tomorrow night.

At 6pm all the tire-burning action in the second meet of the Full Throttle drag racing series gets under way.

Organized by the Cayman Motorsports Association racing takes place across three main classes in the street, pro street and pro race categories.

Street refers to fully street-legal vehicles with no forced induction, pro-street would see only one type of forced induction and minor suspension upgrades (for bikes it would mean no frame modifications) and pro race would allow all racing modifications.

First and second place cash prizes are on offer across all classes. Meanwhile spectators will be charged a $5 entrance fee.

Technical inspection for the race, standard practice for all association races, takes place tonight at Automotive Art at 7pm.

Last month saw the first meet in the series and drew a huge crowd of over 400 people to the track.

The three big winners were Karyn Bodden in her Porsche Cayman S (Street), Ian Tibbetts and his Chevy Corvette (Pro Street) and Junior Hydes in his Ford Mustang (Pro Race).

Bodden beat out Jimel McLean’s Honda Integra Type-R, Tibbetts took down Sammy Jackson’s GMC Sierra and Hydes defeated Delroy Forbes’ Chevy Camaro.