CMRC Finale promises big things

first_img– SR3 Radicals, Drift exhibition to be staged THE Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club (GMR&SC) officially launched their 2017 Caribbean Motor Racing Championship (CMRC) on Friday evening.The event was officially opened by Minister of State Joseph Harmon who also gave the feature address at the GT Motorsports hall.Speaking to those in attendance, Harmon said, “I want to say that is something to which we can commit to working with the GMR&SC to achieve that goal. I think this is the vision we have to give to Guyanese, we have to start thinking big and we have to start acting big.”He commended the club for its organisational and management skills as well.Also present was Minister of Public Works, David Patterson, who echoed the sentiments of Minister Harmon.“Quietly and admittedly with not as much help from the government, whichever government, you’ve been able to annually provide a top-class sporting activity in the Caribbean, so for that you should be congratulated.”The event was opened by vice -president Hansraj Singh who contended that this year will feature two new dimensions in the SR3 Radicals and a professional drifting exhibition out of Trinidad & Tobago.“I feel the Guyanese people are in for a treat with the two new dimensions that are being delivered here,” he added.Also in attendance was the Director of Tourism, Donald Sinclair, who commended the body for always putting on a high class event.He also spoke about how important events like the CMRC are to sport tourism locally and advancing that as a product.GMR&SC President Rameez Mohamed, in closing remarks, thanked those who turned up to support the event.last_img

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