Round 1 - RESULTS JAMWEST 12-13 TH MAY 2018
CompGROUP 1Race 1Race 2Race 3OverallCountry total
Group 1
#NameCountryPositionPointsPositionPointsPositionPointsPositionPointspointc/pts
8Ronald SpencerAntigua25252517575
45McGyver DonelanAntigua1881534133
22Xabier RossAntigua156dnf2115
9Carlo FalconeAntigua12181224242
24Doug GoreJamaicadns1510252525
28Tomas HellierAntiguadnf12183030
21Max PortmanAntiguadnf1081810205
107Janine Ewinger (f)Antiguadns448
2Rocco FalconeAntiguadns268
Group 2
CompGROUP 1Race 1Race 2Race 3OverallCountry total
#NameCountryPositionPointsPositionPointsPositionPointsPositionPointspointc/pts
35Fraser McConnelJamaica2525251616161
10Mark WilliamsTrinidad15121224848
888Luke BholaTrinidad1815153393987
64Kemal RahamanUSAdnfdnsdns0
19Ramez MohmmedGuyanadnfdnsdns0
Group 3
CompGROUP 1Race 1Race 2Race 3OverallCountry total
#NameCountryPositionPointsPositionPointsPositionPointsPositionPointspointc/pts
79Gary BarrettCayman101210323232
19Rameez MohamedGuyanadnsdnsdns
162William MyersJamaica25252517575
40Peter JaggonJamaica18181825454
27Sebastian RaeJamaica12dnsdns1212
11Kevin GardenerJamaica8dnsdns88149
64Kemal RahamanUSA6dnsdns666
888Luke BholaTrinidad15151534545
34Ricardo ScottJamaicadnsdnfdns00
10Mark WilliamsTrinidaddnsdns12121257
Group 4
CompGROUP 1Race 1Race 2Race 3OverallCountry total
#NameCountryPositionPointsPositionPointsPositionPointsPositionPointspointc/pts
44Lamar LamondJamaica1815dnf23333
158Quinian LallUSA2512251626262
303Nigel WillmotJamaica15dns1533030
7Jimmie JamesJamaicadnf18dnf1818
19Rameez MohamedGuyana12dnsdns121212
965James InceJamaicadnsdns18181899
Group 5
CompGROUP 1Race 1Race 2Race 3OverallCountry total
#NameCountryPositionPointsPositionPointsPositionPointsPositionPointspointc/pts
303Kyle GreggJamaica25252517575172
86Mark MaloneyBarbados1818182545454
32David Summerbell jrJamaica15151534545
26Peter RaeJamaica12dnsdnf1212
132Sam Summerbell (f)Jamaica10dnsdnf1010
7Jimmie JamesJamaicadns12dnf1212
83Andre AndersonJamaicadnfdnsdns00
303Nigel WillmotJamaicadnsdns888
965James InceJamaicadnsdns101010
158Quinian LallUSAdnsdns12121212
Overall Country Points
Jamaica506
Antigua205
Trinidad144
USA80
Barbados54
Cayman32
Guyana12
BIKES
CompGROUP 1Race 1Race 2Race 3OverallCountry total
#NameCountryPositionPointsPositionPointsPositionPointsPositionPointspointc/pts
48Matthew VieiraGuyana125125dnf05015066
4Robert McDonaldJamaica21878783434167
21Kiel AbrahamsTrinidad3154124123933945
84McShane HeslopJamaica41251012547237
326Kyle ReynoldsJamaica510315842925
121Linton MartinJamaica68218dnf02626
0Leyroy CortJamaica760dnf06
3Kai WatsonJamaica844123153127
123Raveiro TuckerGuyana92925101414
32Nicolas DeaneJamaica101110dnf01
60Paul YearwoodGuyana11009222
45Greg CrossJamaicadnf0842182218
93Nicolas GonzalesTrinidad007666
55Noel HoltzJamaica001011
12Randy DyerJamaica0101dnf01
Overall Country Points
Jamaica167
Guyana66
Trinidad45

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Presold Pit

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About

The Caribbean Motor Racing Championship has been around for over 40 years. In its present form, every year four legs of the CMRC are held at different Caribbean Countries. Jamaica has hosted and again hosts the first event of the year followed by Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados and the final event in Guyana. Up to 2014 there was only one group of cars, Group 4, which would travel to augment the various local circuit events. In 2015 a second group, Group 2 was added thereby allowing more affordable cars which has resulted in closer racing with bigger grids. In 2016 a third group, group three was added which bridged the gap between the existing groups. In 2017 the motorcycles were officially included. Now in 2018 we have added the final two groups Group 1 for entry level participation and Group 5 for the big juice special built non homologated racing cars. See the attached CMRA 2018 regulations which can be downloaded. All of this rapid growth has occurred after the formation of the Caribbean Motor Racing Association in 2015 which is comprised of two delegates for cars and one for motorcycles from each of the countries hosting the CMRC and a single delegate from non host countries and which introduced a standard set of regulations to which Guyana, Trinidad and Barbados run all their classes for their local Championship. The CMRC is now in the position where it can run an entire race day of 18 races totally under itś own Sporting, Safety and Classification Regulations as per the request of the ASNś of the Caribbean

Participants to the CMRC have been from a number of different countries namely Suriname, Trinidad, Guyana, Cayman Islands, Jamaica, Barbados, the United States and this year we hope to add Antigua. As in 2015 and 2016, last years Jamaican leg of the CMRC event was held at Jamwest Speedway Negril, Jamaica. A number of around 10,000 patrons turned up to Jamwest over the event weekend which included over 250 persons, drivers/riders, team members and supporters from the participating countries.We had 62 race car drivers entering the competition and 20 motorcycle riders.

Seaboard Marine is again the title sponsor for the 2018 CMRC in all countries and they play a very important role in the possibility of the events taking place.

Seaboard Marine is the only shipping company that visits all these countries and has taken on the responsibility of trans shipping the race cars, parts and motorcycles throughout the region. However due to the economical restraints that we all face at this time, even with the full support of Seaboard Marine, teams are faced with the challenge of travelling expenses. In order to achieve a competitive championship a dropped scores system means that drivers/riders can still attain a worthwhile result – drivers will count their best nine results from the potential total of twelve races towards the Title of being the Caribbean Champion in Group 1 or Group 2 or Group 3 or Group 4 or Group 5 or Superstock Motorcycle .While also at stake is the all important Country Championship, won in 2015 by Guyana, repeated in 2016 but by only 2 points over Trinidad and in 2017 Trinidad by a wide margin.

Location

The 1st leg of the Caribbean Motor Racing Championship will be held in Negril, Jamaica at Jamwest Motorsports and Adventure Park.
Jamaica is known for its beautiful beaches, lush topography and rainforests. Some people call it paradise.

Participating Countries

Track

Jamwest Speedway is 2.2 miles long, and has 3 configurations. It it used for both drag and circuit racing. It is also the largest track in the Caribbean with its adequate traps and run offs, it will shortly obtain FIA certification.

Improvements to Track Facilities

New Asphalt green between exit and entry of complex

New pits at docking bay under construction

Rules, Regulations & Forms

CMRC ENTRY FORM

JAMAICA 2018

REGISTER

CMRC-CMRA Regulations

2018 Sporting Safety and Technical

DOWNLOAD

ASR CMRC 2018

 

DOWNLOAD

Participants

Persons indicating their willingness to travel and participate in the Seaboard Marine Caribbean Motor Racing Championship 2018 first leg to be held at Jamwest Motorsport and Adventure Park on 12/13 May 2018

Participants List

Group 1
Name Car Country New group of stock racing cars
Wayne Persad BMW 1.8tii Trinidad
Stuart Johnson BMW 1.8tii Trinidad
Tomas Hellier BMW 1.8tii Antigua
Janina Ewinger ( female ) BMW 1.8tii Antigua
Carlo Falcone BMW 1.8tii Antigua
Rocco Falcone BMW 1.8tii Antigua
Max Portman BMW 1.8tii Antigua
Alex Portman BMW 1.8tii Antigua
Xabier Ross BMW 1.8tii Antigua
McGyver Donelan BMW 1.8tii Antigua
Ronald Spencer BMW 1.8tii Antigua
Andrew Moody-Stuart BMW 1.8tii Antigua
Richard Fletcher BMW 1.8tii Antigua
TBA BMW 1.8tii Jamaica
TBA BMW 1.8tii Jamaica
TBA BMW 1.8tii Jamaica
Group 2
Name Car Country Previous Overall Seaboard Marine CMRC Results
Shriaz Roshandin Honda EK9 B18 Guyana Group 2 - 3rd overall 2015
Rameez Mohamed Starlet Guyana
Rameez Mohamed Honda K20 Guyana Group 2 - 6th 2015,
Nazrundeen Mohamed Honda Civic EP3 K20 Guyana
Haniff Mohamed Honda EK9 K20 Guyana
Mark Williams Honda EK9 B18 Trinidad Group 2 - 7th 2015, 7th 2017
Luke Bohla Honda Acura K20 Trinidad Group 2 - 3rd 2017
Bridget Singh Honda EK9 K20 Trinidad Group 2 - 4th 2017
Ravi Singh Mazda 13B Trinidad
Justin Sanguinette Honda EK9 B18 Trinidad Group 2 - 5th 2017
Marc Gill Honda EK9 K20 Trinidad GP2 - Champion 2015, 6th 2017
Kemal Rahaman Honda CRX USA
Charles Chen Mazda Miata Jamaica
Group 3
Name Car Country Previous Overall Seaboard Marine CMRC Results
Vishal Sawh Honda EK9 K20 Guyana
Danny Persaud Mazda Miata 1.5T Guyana Group 3 - 4th 2015,
Kristian Boodasingh Honda Civic K24 Trinidad
Ronald Wortman Honda Civic EK9 1.6 T Trinidad GP3 - 2nd 2017
Gary Barrett Honda 1.6T Cayman move his car from kingston to JW
Owen Campbell Honda 1.6T Jamaica
Group 4
Name Car Country Previous Overall Seaboard Marine CMRC Results
Andrew King Mazda RX 7 B13 T Guyana Group 4 - 10th 2015, 4wd Champion 2017
Rameez Mohamed Mazda RX7 2.0T Guyana
Kristian Boodasingh Mitsubishi Lancer EVO 7 Trinidad
Franklyn Boodram Renault Megane Trinidad Group 4 - 6th 2015, 2wd second 2017
Fyzol Maddan Audi TT Trinidad
Roger Mayers Ford Foucus Barbados
Quinan Lall Mazda Miata USA
TBA Mitsubishi Lancer EVO 7 Cayman
TBA Mitsubishi Lancer EVO 7 Cayman
Peter Rae Mazda RX7 13B T Jamaica
Jamie James Mitsubishi Lancer EVO 9 Jamaica
Group 5
Name Car Country New group
Mark Maloney Radical SR3 Barbados
Motorcycles
Name Bike Country
Kevin Persaud Kawasaki ZX6-R Guyana Super Stock 600 - 6th 2015,
John Benett Kawasaki ZX6-R Guyana
Paul Yearwood Yahama R6 Guyana
Raveiro Tucker Yahama R6 Guyana Super Stock 600 - 7th 2015,
Mathew Vieria Guyana
Leroy Cort Guyana
Kiel Abrahams Kawasaki ZX6-R Trinidad
Nicholas Gonzalves Kawasaki ZX6-R Trinidad

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Kindly note that people interested in booking for CMRC 2018 must identify that they are booking for the CMRC in order to be eligible for the following rates.

White Sands Beach Resort

Rate $65/night

Contact: michael@whitesandsnegril.com

Telephone: 876-957-4291

whitesandsnegril.com

Hidden Paradise

Rate $60/night

Contact:  876-957-3370

Pure Garden/Pure Oasis

Rate $65/night

Contact: Natalie, 876-957-4767

Email: nataliemb@gmail.com

Travellers Beach Resort

Rate $70/night

Contact: 876-957-9308

Coco La Palm

Rate $95/night

Contact: 876-957-4227

Boardwalk Village

Rate $110/night

Contact:  876-957-4633

Email: Boardwalkvillage@hotmail.com

The renter will be responsible for the full value of the rented vehicle/s, however, in order to reduce their liability, they should choose one of the following Damage Waivers:

  1. Partial Damage Waiver (PDW) – where you would pay US$15.00 per day for the Compact and Intermediate categories OR US$20.00 per day for all other categories and their liability will be reduced to US$900.00 for the Compact and Intermediate categories OR US$1,500.00 for all other categories in the event of loss or damage to the vehicle (any single event) provided that the vehicle is operated in full compliance with the rental agreement. This US$900.00/US$1,500.00 (in addition to the rental amount) is normally guaranteed by a major credit card at the time of rental.

 

  1. Loss Damage Waiver (LDW) – THIS OPTION IS ONLY AVAILABLE for rental 3 days and over. The renter would pay US$25.00 per day for the Compact and Intermediate categories OR US$30.00 per day for all other categories and would have no liability at all in the event of loss or damage to the vehicle provided that the vehicle is operated in full compliance of the rental agreement. With this option, a deposit of US$200.00 is held in the event of any extension of the rental period. This US$200.00 (in addition to the rental amount) is normally guaranteed by a major credit card at the time of the rental.

Third party liability is already covered under the above rates.

Please note that the vehicles are provided with a full tank of fuel and should be returned full to avoid fuel charges.

Please do not hesitate to contact us should you require any additional information.

 

COMPACT INTERMEDIATE SUV MINIVANMINIBUSPICKUP
RATE (QUOTED IN US$)TOYOTATOYOTASUZUKI VITARA/ HYUNDAITOYOTA HIACETOYOTA HILUX
YARISCOROLLATOYOTA RAV4H1/KIA15-SEATERDOUBLE CAB
CARNIVAL(MANUAL TRANSMISSION)(MANUAL TRANSMISSION)
DAILY RATE33.0036.0053.0048.0057.0065.00
GCT @ 16.5%5.455.948.757.929.4110.73
SUB-TOTAL38.4541.9461.7555.9266.4175.73
CONCESSION FEE 10%3.854.2010.285.606.657.58
VEHICLE LICENCE FEE 1.85/DAY1.851.851.851.851.851.85
DAILY TOTALUS$44.15US$47.99US$73.88US$63.37US$74.91US$85.16