Hulse steering drivers forward

Motorsports will have a defined course this year.

The Cayman Motorsports Association has set out the races for its 2013 Time Attack series. Here are the dates that have been scheduled and the public can expect some awesome autocross action on 24 February, 24 March, 28 April, 26 May, 23 June, 28 July, 25 August, 29 September and 27 October.

The AL and Jay Memorial will take place on 24 November and the awards dinner and annual general meeting will take place on 4 December.

It should be noted that the association is under new leadership. Bobby Hulse was recently voted as president and brings experience and dedication to the sport, having served on the executive board and participated in the Time Attack series over the years.

Jimel McLean is the new vice president, Matthew Seales is the treasurer and Nikko Miller returns as secretary.

The board will look to continue the success of the 2012 season, which introduced head-to-head racing as two drivers competed against each other simultaneously. A number of drivers did well last year.

Jimel McLean won the street and battle sections of the Two-Wheel Drive class in a Honda Civic.

In the street category, McLean’s 425 points would beat out Aaron Haylock, who notched 365 points in a Civic and Reynaldo Powery, who had 300 points in a Nissan Primera. In the battle segment, McLean’s 450 points topped Powery’s 450 points and Haylock’s 150 points.

Alexander “AJ” Conolly won the All Wheel Drive division in his Mitsubishi Evolution VIII with 300 points. Jose Massias had 225 points and Peter Jurgens notched 150 points.

In the Unlimited division, Keith “Speedy” Tibbetts III ran his Valvoline Subaru Impreza Sti to the overall title. In the street segment, he notched 600 points to overshadow the 460 points of Tom Kirkconnell’s Mazda RX-7 and the 340 points of Bobby Hulse’s Toyota Altezza. The battle section saw Speedy earn 425 points, ahead of Hulse’s 365 points and Kirkconnell’s 350 points.

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