Dirt Masters JMMC Sprint #4 report

The Farmville track at Thetford Great House in Church Pen, Bushy Park,  St. Catherine played host to the fourth round of the exciting Jamaica Millennium Motoring Club’s 2012 National Sprint championship on Sunday, June 17.

Class JA2

The usually highly subscribed JA2 class that has seen the fiercest competition since the season started again delivered on its top billing, but for this round only the top three contenders were to take to the course. Returning to the track for the first time since his roll on the Tru Juice rally a few months ago, Daryl “Flat Cat” King took his revamped Thrifty Gas/Canon Mufflers/Gas Smart Honda Civic to the top step of the podium by posting a best time of 1 minute 27 seconds on his third timed run, just edging out Jordan “Frosty” Powell in the R & B Auto Parts Toyota Corolla FX who had recorded a time of 1 min 27.11 secs. just a few moments earlier. Very close in third place was Matthew “The Magnet” Gore driving the Team Mobay Racing/Tragedy Entertainment/Summer Flex Toyota Starlet ( 1:27.83 ) who had won the class at the previous event, Sprint 3 in St. Elizabeth in March.

Daryl King

Powell (left) and Gore

Class JA3.

In the next higher JA3 class for 2 wheel drive cars up to 2000cc, 2006 and 2009 Rally Sport Drivers champion Dean “Duct Tape” Corrodus came out on top for the fourth time this season in the Automotive Performance Centre Ltd Honda Civic Type R with a best time of 1:30.86 on his third run while suffering gearbox problems which seems to have followed him from the last event at Dover Raceway. 2003 Rally Sport Drivers champion Christopher “Teach” McFarlane in the Stewarts Auto Sales/Dunlop Tyres/AC Delco Mitsubishi Lancer GT placed second (1:33.25) narrowly edging out gentleman racer Keith “Slicks” Saunders in “old Faithful”, his rear wheel drive Chevrolet Chevette with a Toyota 7a engine, was 3rd in class with a best time of 1:33.67. Fourth in class sharing McFarlane’s Mitsubishi was sprint debutant Timothy Stewart, son of Duncan Stewart of the Stewart Auto Sales clan. Timothy is an accomplished karting competitor who has now made the transition to cars and by the looks of things will do very well, as he quickly adapted to the changing conditions to be within 5 seconds of the class winning time.

Corrodus catching some air

McFarlane (left) and Saunders


Thomas “Cruz” Hall, like Daryl King, was returning to competition for the first time since a roll on the Tru Juice rally, and he managed to complete two timed runs but suffered a broken axle on his third. He posted a best time of 1:35.22



Spencer Whittingham driving a Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution V had his third overall sprint event win of the season when he posted the fastest time of the day on his 3rd timed run:  doing  1 min. 24.84 sec over the two laps after being beaten on the two previous runs a few of the two wheel drive competitors.  Peter Jaggon was 2nd in class followed by his wife Jackie sharing the Jaggon gases Subaru Impreza WRX.


The quad and bike riders came out to play at Farmville, with Lenin Thompson coming out on top in the quad section ahead of Andrea Andrade and Miguel Gest. Kyle Reynolds rode supreme in the bike races, getting the better of a hard charging Dwight Arnold, followed by Warren Morley, Aaron March and Orlando Wynter.


Kyle Reynolds took the win of all three bike races ahead of Dwight Arnold who had a spill in one event, Orlando Wynter, Aaron March and Warren Morley.


Position Name Car 1st run 2nd run 3rd run Best Points

1. Daryl King Honda Civic SIR 1.39.90  1.29.64 1.27.00 1.27.00 110

2. Jordan Powell  Toyota Corolla FX 1.36.38 1.29.61 1.27.11 1.27.11 70

3. Matthew Gore Toyota Starlet 1.39.47 1.30.61 1.27.83 1.27.83 50


1. Dean Corrodus Honda Civic Type R 1.43.17 1.30.87 1.30.86 1.30.86 130

2. Chris Mcfarlane Mitsubishi Lancer GT 1.46.89 1.36.61 1.33.25 1.33.25 100

3. Keith Saunders Chevrolet Chevette 1.41.47 1.33.67 1.33. 70 1.33.67 80

4. Timothy Stewart Mitsubishi Lancer GT 1.50.70 1.39.62 1. 35.83 1.35.83 70


1. Thomas Hall Toyota Starlet Turbo 1.46.06 1.35.22 DNF 1.35.22 50


1. Spencer Whittingham Mitsubishi Lancer Evoltion V 1.40.03 1.31.15 1.24.84 1.24.84 110

2. Peter Jaggon Subaru Impreza WRX 1.39.58 1.33.19 1.30.73 1.30.73 70

3. Jackie Jaggon Subaru Impreza WRX 1.47.44 1.39.12 1.37.43 1.37.43 50

1. Lenin Thompson 1.27.00 1.28.28 1.39.53 1.27.00
2. Andrea Andrade 1.32.69 1.34.44 2.35.75 1.32.69
3. Miguel Gest 1.42.07 1.39.15 2.08.75 1.39.15

Championship Run

1. Spencer Whittingham 1.24.84 20

2. Daryl King 1.27.00 15

3. Jordan Powell 1.27.11 12

4. Matthew Gore 1.27.83 10

5. Peter Jaggon 1.30.73 8

6. Dean Corrodus 1.30.86 6

7. Christopher McFarlane 1.33.25 4

8. Keith Saunders 1.33.67 3

9. Thomas Hall 1.35.22 2

10. Timothy Stewart 1.35.83 1

Powell continues to lead the Overall JMMC Rally sport driver’s championship after 5 events now with a total of 580 points, with 2010 Drivers champion Matthew Gore tied with Dean Corrodus for 2nd place on 420 points.

The next events on the motorsports calendar will be Jamwest Enterprises “Circuit Time”. Drag and circuit races to be held at the track in Old Hope, Westmoreland on Saturday and Sunday June 23/24. The Raynor King Memorial Rally will also be held on Sunday, June 24 in the Lydford Mines of St. Ann starting at 9am.

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