AJ geared for fastest attack

Motorsports enthusiasts have a pair of events to look forward this weekend.

With a sound off and an autocross in George Town, there should be plenty to rev up about. The action starts on Saturday, 26 November with ‘Put Up or Shut Up,’ a product of the Cayman Auto Enthusiasts Association.

A.L. Thompson’s hosts the event from 6pm. A number of new twists are in store including an installation quality competition and a sound clash event which sees cars battle tune for tune.

The standard Sound Pressure Level contest is now spread out over two classes with three trophies on offer per segment. Also the loudest exhaust competition is for motorcycles in addition to cars. The title of bass king is also up for grabs as $100 is on offer for the person whose vehicle can emit a noise louder than 148.78 decibel (the current record).

On Sunday, 27 November, attention shifts to dexterity racing in the form of the Al and Jay Memorial Time Attack. The Progressive Loop hosts the all-day meet from 8am with mandatory registration on Friday, 25 November, at Parkers at 7pm. The last autocross race of the year, drivers must have competed in at least two Cayman Motorsports Association races to qualify. Look for notable names like Keith Tibbetts III in the Valvoline Impreza and A.J. Conolly in his Mitsubishi Evolution VIII to compete.

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