JMMC/Tragedy Entertainment Sprint #2 & 3

Round 2 and 3 of the National Spint championship returns to the scenic seaside venue in Richmond, Priory St Ann. For the first time, two events will be held at the same venue on the same day, with the 2nd round run as a reverse and with a course variation to the first.
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JMMC competition sub committee announcement

Hello All Members and Affiliates,

The Competition Subcommittee (CSC) of the Jamaica Millennium Motoring Club (JMMC) has noted the recent participation of current and past JMMC competition license holders in the Bay Speed Tyre Warehouse Champion of Champions events held on January 27, 2013 and February 24, 2013.

The organiser(s) of these events neither sought or were granted sanctioning from the JMMC.

The JMMC is obligated to remind our members, affiliate club members and competition license holders that they have a responsibility under the ASN Regulations and FIA International Sporting Code to uphold the discipline and integrity of the sport and this includes their non-participation in any motorsports event not sanctioned by the JMMC.

In light of the foregoing, the JMMC wishes to advise our members, affiliate club members and competition licence holders (past & current) including but not limited to those listed below that your future and continued participation in unsanctioned motorsports events will result in your competition license being suspended.

1.    Ameer Johnson

2.    Cleve Ottey

3.    Dennis Bicarie

4.    Ian Wright

5.    Jamar Kinkead

6.    Kingsley Scott

7.    Marcus Barnes

8.    Maurice Whittingham

9.    Richard Chan

10.  Salvador Davis

11.  Mark Lin

12.  Damion Francis

13.  Howard Whittingham

14.  Kirk Excell

15.  Nicholas Barnes

16.  Tony Fu

In the instances of persons who do not fall in the above category who participated in the series, we are obligated to further advise you that a listing of ALL participants is being maintained by the ASN (JMMC) and note that should you require to apply for competition license in the near future your participation herein may affect your request and could result in the refusal of your license application

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Sprint #2 scheduled for Badda Badda Raceway tomorrow, March 17th has been postponed due to inclement weather.
The JMMC and organisers of the event sincerely apologise for any incovenience this may cause and wishes to convey our apologies also for the lateness of this notification.
Please pass along the information to all other parties you may know and help us to get the word out..

Sanctioned by the Jamaica Millennium Motoring Club and held under the present Code and under the
Present Motor Sports Rules and Regulations of the JMMC. This event is open to all members in good
standing with the JMMC and its affiliate Clubs

Permit #: MSF2013-04SP
Date Sunday, March 17,2013
Location BADDA BADDA, Richmond, St Ann. Start 11:30 am
Tech Inspection
& Sign In:Sunday, March 17, 2013, 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. Vehicles will be checked for technical compliance to the JMMC rules.

Drivers Meeting Sunday, March 17, 2013 -11.15 a.m. @ Timing Tent

Type of event Dirt Surface 1.2miles in length run in an anti-clockwise direction. Two lap regular run and three laps for championship run.
Quad Bikes and trail bikes will run between runs and separate trophies will Awarded.

Trophies As per JMMC Regulations.
License Requirements JMMC Provisional Competition License or higher.
Entry Fees $4000.00. Cheques made payable to Jamaica Millennium Motoring Club.

Entries Open Wednesday, March 13, 2013 @ 8:30 a.m. JMMC office – Tankweld Complex, 1 Ferry Industrial Terrace Tel: 934-1288

Entries Close Sunday March17,2013 @10:30 am

Entries can be faxed to the JMMC offices 934-1288.


Results Posted on the JMMC website on Monday, March 18,2013@1.00 pm
Medical Team St Anns Bay Red Cross
Official Notice Board Timing Tent at the start/finish line

Event Officials
Julian Gordon 835-7047/822-8926
Secretary: Nicola Williams/Judith Henriques 878-2514
CLERK OF COURSE: Larry Henriques (382-4219)
Chief Steward: Errol Anderson (383-0593)
Stewards Mike Fennell / Sean Williams (470-3134 / 877-7324)
Scrutineer Ian Webb
Insurance: Thwaites Finson & Sharp et al.
Late entries May be considered at the discretion of the Organizer

Web Site

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VIDEO: ATL unveils new and improved Audi TT-R DTM

ATL holds Audi-ence

Friday, March 01, 2013

THREE days ahead of Sunday’s race meet at JamWest Speedway in Westmoreland, the new and certainly improved Audi TT-R DTM was unveiled at the dealership’s state-of-art showroom in New Kingston yesterday.

The occasion also marked a reuniting of race car driver Doug Gore with his super machine since its collision at the Dover Raceway in St Ann in May last year.

“It’s been nine months since I’ve been behind the wheel of this wonderful machine,” said Gore.

In his presentation to the audience, former lap-time record holder said he thought his career would have ended with the crash. However, the ATL Group and his sponsors have been very supportive.

“We will be champions again,” he said.

The Audi was flown to Germany to be repaired by the hands that crafted it, ABT Sportsline.

ABT’s instructions were beyond a simple fix-it job.

“They were told to return a competitive car, or sell it,” Gore told Auto.

Adam Stewart, ATL Automotive’s CEO, thanked Jamaica for accepting the brands his company sold and shared his commitment to being number one.

“The move into the automotive sector for our group had been a solid one. It is something we chose to do, and wanted to do it differently,” he said.

“When we took over Audi brand [in 2010], 14 units were sold per year. Last year, we sold 174 vehicles,” Stewart said.

He used the opportunity to laud race car veterans David Summerbell Jr and Peter Rae. He said the Thunder Sport class would again be buzzing with excitement with Gore’s return.

The overhauled Audi has been made to look like the current generation. Under the skin, engine power has been upgraded, as well as suspension.

“A lot of the changes came from what ABT saw and data captured on local conditions; so it should be even faster than before,” Gore told Auto.

ABT’s input has gone even further for the 2013 season indicating their confidence in the Audi TT-R.

“ABT reduced their parts and labour costs as part of a sponsorship package for us. Their sticker will be on the car this year,” Gore said.

Other sponsors include Boom Energy Drink, Rainforest Seafoods, and Sherwin Williams.

On its race debut this weekend, ABT DTM race engineer Franco Chiocchetti is expected to be in attendance to ensure the car performs at its optimum.

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