It’s Dover time again
It’s Dover time again! After two consecutive race meets at Jamwest Speedway, Dover is finally back and the drivers are ready to race!
Junior Barnes, president of the Jamaica Race Driver’s Club (JRDC) weighed in on what fans can expect at the August 7 meet.
“With one meet to go, fans can expect fierce and competitive driving. August 7th is a new date for us, so our expectations are upbeat and we are looking forward to a bumper to bumper crowd on Monday. Remember, gates open at 7am, so come out early and pick your favourite spot in the stands,” Barnes said.
Preparations for what is expected to be a thrilling race day are completed and all final routine checks of the track will be conducted to ensure each driver’s safety on race day.
“Preparations are completed. The track is ready, the final clean up will be done on Friday. We had a successful track day today with numerous cars testing so that’s a really good look for Independence of Speed.”
“We are excited to announce our new title sponsor Mobil 1 racing who has partnered with us for the rest of the year, as we continue to work hard to make Motorsport more attractive to corporate Jamaica. A special shout out to Island Net for providing full internet coverage throughout the Dover property and to all of our loyal sponsors who continue to make Dover a success,” Barnes said.
The competition in the MP2 class is definitely heating up, and it will be interesting to see what the result will be at the end of racing on Monday.
“The battle in MP2 class has evolved as Nicholas Barnes is now leading Tommi Gore in the championship. With Nicholas leading the championship, exciting times are ahead. Demar Lee’s performance at the last race meet, winning 2 out of 3 races, makes him the man to watch at this upcoming event,” Barnes said.
“So far everything seems good with the car, so I’m going out there to be competitive and try to bring home 1st,” Demar said.
It is a battle for the top position on the leaderboard. Dover “Independence of Speed” is the place to be on August 7.