Nov
11
2011
0

Sprint class & Overall championship update

Final Sprint class championship points standings after Sprint #6
Names in red are not paid up JMMC members and as such are ineligible for championship awards.

NAMES    Sprint 1   Sprint 2   Sprint 3   Sprint 4   Sprint 5   Sprint 6   Total   Qualify
JA1
Clasford Woolery   50   0   0   0   0   0   50   No

JA2
Kyle Gregg   0   0   150   90   150   110   500
Maurice Whittingham   100   100   110   70   70   10   460
Jordan Powell   0   0   0   150   80   150   380
Patrick Gore   130   130   0   0   60   0   320   No
Matthew Gore   0   0   0   110   110   90   310
Daryl King   0   0   90   80   90   0   260   No
Robert Singh   70   0   80   10   20   60   240
Marvin Porteous   0   0   10   50   40   70   170   No
Tony Fu   0   0   0   60   30   80   170
Randall Singh   0   0   70   0   0   50   120
James March   0   60   0   0   50   0   110
Troy Bernard   0   0   60   0   20   0   80   No
Dion Gardner   80   0   0   0   0   0   80
Tarik Minott   0   80   0   0   0   0   80
Ivan Lee   0   70   0   0   0   0   70   No
Kenji Lee   0   0   0   40   20   0   60
Benjie Hodara   0   0   0   30   0   0   30

JA3
Keith Saunders   70   90   70   70   50   70   420
Kyle Gregg   150   150   0   0   0   0   300
Dwain Gayle   80   60   80   0   0   0   220
Dean Corrodus   110   80   0   0   0   0   190
Andy Williams   90   50   0   50   0   0   190
Sebastian Rae   0   0   150   0   0   0   150
Alejo Lee   50   70   0   0   0   0   120
Gary Gregg   0   110   0   0   0   0   110
Leroy Spence   0   0   110   0   0   0   110
Ricardo Scott   0   0   50   0   0   50   100
Nigel Wilmott   0   0   90   0   0   0   90
Richard Chan   0   0   60   0   0   0   60

JA4
Alan Chen   0   0   50   0   0   70   120
Thomas Hall   10   50   0   0   0   0   60
Orville Johnson   0   0   0   0   0   50   50

JN8
Spencer Whittingham   0   0   0   0   0   70   70
Sanjay Singh   70   0   0   0   0   0   70   No
Randall Singh   50   0   0   0   0   0   50
Peter Jaggon   0   0   0   0   0   50   50
Macklin Peterkin   0   0   0   0   0   0   0

JA8
Richard Rerrie   0   0   0   0   50   0   50
Junior Barnes   10   0   0   0   0   0   10

JA9
Gary Gregg   0   0   0   0   0   50   50

JC2
Ian Edwards   70   50   70   70   0   50   310
Richard Chan   0   0   0   110   0   70   180
Ian Wright   0   0   100   0   0   0   100
Charles Chen   0   70   0   0   0   0   70   No
Sanjay Singh   0   0   0   0   50   0   50   No
Dwight Walters   0   0   0   50   0   0   50   No

Dennis Bicarrie   0   0   50   0   0   0   50   No

Doug Gore   10   0   0   0   0   0   10

JC1
Nigel Edwards   100   100   70   0   0   0   270
Cleve Ottey   70   70   50   0   0   0   190   No
Mario Scott   0   0   0   0   0   50   50
Everette Brady   0   50   0   0   0   0   50   No

OVERALL CHAMPIONSHIP

Kyle Gregg  84

Maurice Whittingham  56

Matthew Gore  45

Keith Saunders 44

Jordan Powell  30

Alan Chen  23

Gary Gregg  20

Dwain Gayle 16

Dean Corrodus 15

Tarik Minott  15

Tony Fu  12

Peter Jaggon  10

Dion Gardner  8

Leroy Spence  8

Nigel Wilmott  6

Robert Singh 4

Kenji Lee  3

Randall Singh  3

Andy Williams  0.5

Written by jmmcsecretariat in: Results |
Nov
07
2011
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Rally Jamaica update

Rally Jamaica 2011, December 2-4, 2011: Twenty Years Celebration!!!

3 Days of Fun Filled Motorsporting Action. AN EXCITING EVENT IN MOTORSPORT. The Caribbeans largest gravel rally spectacular!! Come and experience an adventure of a lifetime, comfortable, and worry-free. We look forward to showing you OUR world COME HAVE fun on the island known as “JAMROCK”.

The organizers of Rally Jamaica 2011 invite suitably qualified members of the Jamaica Race Driver’s Club and the Jamaica Millennium Motoring Club who have competed in 2011 to enter the Festival of Speed downtown Kingston 20th Anniversary Superspecial stage of Rally Jamaica on Sunday, December 4, 2011.

Competitors must complete the rally entry form, pay a nominal entry fee of Ja$2,000.00, be in possession of a valid JMMC Competition license for 2011, wear the approved safety gear required for all speed events and have a vehicle that is compliant with the Thundersport Class 1 or Class 2 requirements as outlined by the JRDC and must have competed in a JMMC speed event or a JRDC circuit event in 2011.

Entries are limited to 20 competitors who will be afforded two timed runs of the course. Awards will be presented for this section of the event in the two categories listed above i.e. Thundersport Class 1 (0 – 2300cc) and Thundersport Class 2 (2301cc – unlimited) with corrective displacement factors applied. Please see the technical regulations of the JRDC available elsewhere on this very same website or at www.jrdc.org for further information on vehicle classification and safety requirements.

For further information, contact Larry Henriques @ 382-4219 or visit www.rallyjamaica.com

Written by jmmcsecretariat in: NEWSLETTER,Upcoming Events |
Nov
06
2011
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Brighton River Run JMMC Sprint #6, 2011Provisional results


Brighton River Run/JMMC Gravel Sprint #6 report and results
Text by Dean Corrodus
Photos by Michael Samuels and Donovan Montaque.

The Jamaica Millennium Motoring Club concluded its 2011 National Sprint Championship season on Sunday, November 6, 2011 when they visited the new Palm Springs Raceway in Brighton, Santa Cruz in the bread basket parish of St. Elizabeth. An idyllic campground type-setting watered by three natural, freshwater springs teeming with fish, the raceway welcomed the fire spitting monster machines of Jamaican rally-sport for the first, but certainly not last, time.

Overall championship battle
Young Kyle Gregg driving the BD Gregg & Bros/Hero Tyres/MAD/NG Racing Honda Civic came away with the victor’s spoils in the overall sprint championship as well as the overall rally-sport drivers championship, in the latter gaining an unassailable 360 point lead on 2nd placed Maurice Whittingham who scored only 10 points when his Toyota Corolla Levin suffered mechanical difficulties just after taking the start of the 1st timed run. 2nd place was where Kyle finished in the JA2 class to add 110 points to his overall tally which now stands at a massive 930 points to  Whittingham on 570 closely followed by Matthew Gore on 530.

Fastest 2WD
Jordan Powell driving the R&B Auto Parts Toyota Corolla FX was the toast of the class however, as he posted a blistering time of 1.58.780 on his 2nd timed run to claim the class and overall 2 wheel drive honors, but a lazy roll at the 1st corner of his 3rd run put an end to his day preventing him from not only improving that time but from participation in the three lap championship run. Gregg as mentioned before got the better of outgoing 2010 Rallysport Drivers Champion Matthew Gore in the Ocean Spray Wata Toyota Starlet by posting a 1.59.000 time on his 3rd and final run to beat Gore’s 1.59.725 recorded on his 2nd run.

Elder statesman of motorsports Keith Saunders again registered the win of the JA3 class in his Chevrolet Chevette ahead of Ricardo Scott in a Toyota Corolla.
Mandeville resident Alan Chen took a short trip down Spur Tree Hill to have some fun in the JA4 class, posting an entertaining and aggressive winning time of 2.03.185 in his turbo-charged, rear wheel drive Pavecon/Allied Concrete Toyota Corolla SR5, followed by Browns Town native Orville Johnson in a turbo-charged Toyota Tercel in 2.17.850.

Sprint debutant Spencer Whittingham in the Megamart Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution V quickly came to terms with driving on a loose surface and rapidly improved his 1st run time of 2.03.565 to a JN8 class winning time and 2nd fastest overall of 1.57.055, with Peter Jaggon in the Team Outkast Subaru Impreza WRX in 2nd place on 2.04.140.

Showtime!
Gary Gregg certainly was the most talked about driver of the meet as he brought his BD Gregg & Bros. Ford Focus World Rally Car to the grassy track for an absolutely entertaining display of full power slides thinly disguised as a shakedown test for the car after its recent return to the island from a complete overhaul at Dom Buckley Motorsports in the United Kingdom. His times consistently improved over the three timed runs and he ended the day on 1.52.00 for the two lap runs and 2.44.575 in the championship 3-lapper.

Richard Chan of Team Challenger was having too much fun in winning the JC2 class in 2.14.220 and dove extra laps just for the thrill of it. He was followed by Ian “The Beast Master” Edwards driving a Mazda 323, whose power was so much it broke a wheel on his 3rd run. He ended the day with a best time of 2.15.065.

The JC1 class was won by Westmoreland resident Mario Scott driving a Ford Escort fitted with a Toyota 20 valve 4AGE engine, while the former track record holder Andrew Green representing the local talent won the street car class for naturally aspirated vehicles with a best time of 2:29.735 in his Peugeot 205.


NAMES   CAR   1st run   2nd run   3rd run   TIME
JA2

1.Jordan Powell   Toyota Corolla FX   2.04.880   1.58.780   DNF   1:58.780
2. Kyle Gregg   Honda Civic   2.05.810   2.00.830   1.59.000   1:59.000
3. Matthew Gore   Toyota Starlet   2.04.475   1.59.725   1.59.895   1:59.725
4. Tony Fu   Toyota Corolla GT   2.20.495   2.10.375   2.08.435   2:08.435
5. Marvin Porteous   Toyota Starlet   2.11.735   2.08.840   2.08.860   2:08.840
6. Robert Singh   Toyota Corolla GTS   2.21.790   2.12.305   2.11.560   2:11.560
7. Randall Singh   Toyota Corolla DX   2.30.640   2.15.215   2.12.475   2:12.475
8. Chris Scott   Toyota Corolla   3.02.890   2.38.105   DNF   2:38.105
9. Maurice Whittingham    Toyota Levin   DNF   DNS   DNS   0:00.000

JA3
1. Keith Saunders   Chrevolet Chevette   2.15.440   2.08.400   2.08.960   2:08.400
2. Ricardo Scott   Toyota Corolla   DNF   2.28.670   2.26.510   2:26.510

JA4
1. Alan Chen   Toyota Corolla SR5   2.10.985   2.05.340   2.03.185   2:03.185
2. Orville Johnson   Toyota Tercel   2.19.940   2.17.850   2.22.140   2:17.850

JN8
1. Spencer Whittingham   Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 5   2.03.565   1.59.870   1.57.055   1:57.055
2. Peter Jaggon   Subaru Impreza WRX   2.12.820   2.04.140   2.04.330   2:04.140

JA9
1. Gary Gregg   Ford Focus WRC   1.54.385   1.53.335   1.52.000   1:52.000

JC1
1. Mario Scott   Ford Escort   2.23.735   2.27.645   2.32.700   2:23.735

JC2
1. Richard Chan   Mitsubishi Evolution 4   2.14.220   2.15.665   DNS   2:14.220
2. Ian Edwards   Mazda 323   2.17.085   2.15.065   DNF   2:15.065

STREET CAR CLASS Normally aspirated
1. Andrew Green   Peugeot   2.42.065   2.29.735   DNS   2:29.735
2. Kirkland Billings   Nissan B12   DNF   DNS   DNS   0:00.000

FASTEST OVERALL
Gary Gregg   Ford Focus WRC   1.54.385   1.53.335   1.52.000   1:52.000

FASTEST 2WD
Jordan Powell   Toyota Corolla FX   2.04.880   1.58.780   DNF   1:58.780

CHAMPIONSHIP RUN
1. Gary Gregg   Ford Focus WRC   2.44.575           2:44.575
2. Matthew Gore   Toyota Starlet   2.56.335           2:56.335
3. Kyle Gregg   Honda Civic   2.57.335           2:57.335
4. Peter Jaggon   Subaru Impreza WRX   3.02.745           3:02.745
5. Alan Chen   Toyota Corolla SR5   3.03.785           3:03.785
6. Tony Fu   Toyota Corolla GT   3.12.775           3:12.775
7. Keith Saunders   Chrevolet Chevette   3.15.645           3:15.645
8. Randall Singh   Toyota Corolla   3.18.440           3:18.440
9. Spencer Whittingham   Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 5   DNF           0:00.000
10. Jordan Powell   Toyota Corolla FX   DNS           0:00.000

The next event on the rally-sport calendar will be the JMMC/Petcom 20th Anniversary Rally Jamaica 2011, scheduled to take place on December 4-6 using stages in Bog Walk, Bernard Lodge and the Kingston Waterfront. For more information, visit www.rallyjamaica.com .

Written by jmmcsecretariat in: Results |

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