Motorsports enthusiasts should prepare for plenty of tyre-shredding action.
The Cayman Motorsports Association will stage its next monthly autocross meet in the Time Attack series. The Progressive Loop will serve as host from 1pm on Sunday, 1 July.
Sunday’s meet comes after the last event took place at the end of May. The association said in a brief statement that inclement weather had caused havoc. The statement reads, “We are truly sorry for the delays and rescheduling. Unfortunately, between the rain and a few other factors, we have been a little derailed. But it’s time to put that all behind us and get back to racing.”
Registration for Sunday’s race takes place on Friday, 29 June, at 6-8pm at Tony’s Toys. Drivers are charged a $25 race fee while spectators can watch for free.
The 2012 autocross season has not been short of excitement as head-to-head racing has increased turnout and drama. Last year’s top riders, such as Keith Tibbetts III in his Valvoline Impreza Sti, Jimel McLean in a Honda Civic and Bobby Hulse in a Toyota Altezza, have kept their form. Andy Bodden’s Mitsubishi Evolution VIII and Roje Williams’ Nissan Silvia have been among those making notable appearances.
Time attack sees two more events next month. On 22 July, there will be a test and tune day with another race on 29 July.
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