2015 JMMC Competition lisence

Hello All,

Please be advised that all competitors MUST wishing to compete in racing events on the 2015 motorsports calendar MUST apply for and have their license processed BEFORE the events they wish to enter.

The RECOMMENDED timeline is a minimum 3 weeks BEFORE the event date they plan to compete in.

The following is required to be submitted for your license application:

1. Completed 2015 license application form;  along with the

2. Medical Form (for new applicants, persons over 60 and International license applicants) or Medical Self Declaration (for renewals of National License applications)

3. Photograph (for new applicants and/or persons who did not submit a photo in 2014)

4. Payment for license application (cash/cheque made payable to JMMC/proof of deposit, if done by direct deposit to JMMC account –see bank info below)

NB License payments can be made via Bank deposit at any NCB Branch or at the JMMC Office. See bank details below:

Account # 371001727

Account Name: Jamaica Millennium Motoring Club,

Account type: Current

Branch: Matildas Corner

Please ensure you submit all the relevant supplementary documents that may be needed as explained on page 1 of the Competition License Application form .

The following forms are attached for your use:

1. 2015 JMMC Competition License application form

2. JMMC Medical Form

3. JMMC Medical Self Declaration Form

Attached also is the list of fees for licenses as well as the 2015 Motorsports Calendar.

Kindly note the first event on the 2015 calendar will be MBMC Sprint 1 & 2 scheduled for Saturday February 21, 2015 at Badda Badda Raceway in St. Ann.    This is a double header event as they will be having two sprints over a one day period one in the morning and the other in the evening night.

Please ensure you submit all your information for license application before the event date to be able to race at the event as no license application processing will be done at the event venue.

The JMMC office is open Monday to Fridays 9am to 4pm.  The office numbers are: 630-4898; Fax 630-7575; email:jamotoringclub@gmail.com.

License application can be submitted by email and/or fax or taken directly into the office located at 6 Westminster Road, Kingston 10.

Competitors may also coordinate submission through their affiliate clubs however please note that the onus is on the competitor to ensure they submit ALL the relevant information required and making a submission through your club DOES NOT mean automatic approval of your license.

Once an application is made through your affiliate club, competitors are being reminded to follow-up with the ASN office for processing of same.

Best regards

6 Westminster Road, Kingston 10 Jamaica, WI

Mailing Address: Box 216, Western District PO, Kingston 20.

Telephone: (876) 630-4898

Fax: (876) 630-7575
Mobile:  (876) 322-5314

Website: www.jamaicamotorsports.com

Email: jamotoringclub@gmail.com

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JMMC Awards function

Hello All,

This serves as a REMINDER that the JMMC’s Annual Awards Function will be held on Friday February 7, 2014 at 7pm. Venue The Knutsford Court Hotel in theBlue Mountain Suite.

We apologize for the short official Notice,

Best regards

Tankweld Equipment Building, Ferry Industrial Terrace,

Mandela Hwy, Kingston 20 Jamaica, WI

Mailing Address: Box 216, Western District P O, Kingston 20.

Telephone: (876) 934-1288(876) 322-5314Email: jamotoringclub@gmail.com

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December 2011 events preview

Text by Dean Corrodus

This will be a December to remember for Jamaican motor racing fans, as the 2011 season comes to a close, there is a flurry of activity on the local scene that’s reflective of a sucessful year and indicative of an even wider reaching 2012 season.

An examination of the event flyers for the 7 events slated to be held between November 27 and December 27 shows that Jamaican motorsports entertaiment is probably at an all time high. On Sunday, Novemeber 28, Jamwest Raceway located in Old Hope, Westmoreland, Jamaica’s only purpose built drag racing facility, will be the venue for “Rise of the Machines 4”, the 5th and final drag racing event of the year. It doesn’t stop there however, as the track owner Ian Gordon has been busy carving out a circuit track on the property, which has already been marled and rolled to form a rallycross racer’s dream circuit, incorporating the ½ mile drag strip with a wide, fast circuit track that is sure to see thrilling battles when complete.

The event starts with qualifying on Saturday, November 26, with alias’ such as Bad Oil, Damage, Puffy, Alpine, Buju and Likkles slated to be on track for a final tire burning showdown on the 1320.

For further information, contact Winsor Young at 817-9657 or visit the venue’s Facebook page at: http://www.facebook.com/groups/9297141774/

That same evening, in the normally quiet, cool hills of Manchester at Master Block factory in Kirkpatrick, drifters and spinners will be in their elemenmt as the thrid annual ‘Drifting invasion” takes over, with names such as Marcus Barnes, Mark Thompson, Ian Wright, Sanjay and Randall Singh, Jamar Kinkead and Cleve “Cutta Hype” Ottey entertain the expected thousands.
For further information contact Patrick Thompson at 450-1893.

The Jamaica Millennium Motoring Club’s (JMMC) signature event, Petcom Rally Jamaica 2011, is next on the calendar, runnng from Friday December 2 to Sunday, December 4. The 20th anniversary event starts of with the ceremonial start in front of VMBS on Knutsford Blvd in the capital city’s business district at 6 pm on Friday, and moves out to the spectator friendly Tru Juice stages in Bog Walk for a day in the orange groves (for special stages in Bybrook and New Works) on Saturday morning, starting at 8 am at the Petcom Service Station in Angels, St Catherine.
On Sunday morning, action gets underway at 7:30am from the Tank Weld Service Yard in Michelton, Bog Walk, and will use the short Bybrook stage, the famous Wakefield “watersplash” stage and from there head back closer to Kingston for the Bernard Lodge canefield stage at approximately 1:30pm before culminating at 4:00pm on the waterfront of downtown Kingston for the Festival of Speed super special stage, which will have the added attraction of 20 circuit racing cars normally seen at Dover raceway racing on the newly repaved roads closed off to form a circuit track! The prizegiving ceremony closes the series of events on Monday, December 5th at the Knutsford Court Hotel, which is the official rally headquarters.
For further information contact Larry Henriques at 382-4219 or visit www.rallyjamaica.com or the event’s Facebook page athttp://www.facebook.com/events/145921732167375/.

The popular “Slippery Wen Wet” Ultimate Car exhibition show and dexterity returns to Pines Plaza in Junction, St. Elizabeth on December 11, when the JMMC host the 4th dexterity test event of the season, with the “Winter Motolympics” being the star attraction billed for the day. That event starts at 2pm and will see keen competition in the rear wheel drive class between several drivers vying for championship points, however they may be upstaged by the 4×1 relay exhibition or the basketball shoot out, as Team Pro X Racers, Team Western and Team Performance go head to head for the top prizes.

For further information contact Kingsley Scott at 402-0107 or 773-0395 or visit the event’s Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/events/175719225845537/

Come Sunday, December 18, its St. Mary’s turn to sample the motorsports exhibition showcase, as the new Buccaneer Jerk Centre in Llandrumney just outside of Port Maria will be the venue for  “Bikers Burn Out”, a family fun day and night event, with bike stunt riders such as Pugu, Gichie, Cutta, Mad Dog and Oraine taking two wheeled excitement to the fans. Rallysport star and 3 time National drivers champion Richard Rerrie in his Subaru Impreza WRX will also be performing along with Cleve “Cutta Hype” Ottey in his turbocharged rear wheel drive Toyota Starlet, Maurice “Mad Dem” Whittingham in his rear wheel drive Starlet and crowd favorite Ian Wright in “the Big Red Truck”, a Toyota Tacoma pickup. The event is set to cater to the entire family and has kiddies attractions and a bounce-about, with dirt bikes, remote control cars and helicopters performing. The event starts at 10 am.

For further information, call Michael Dawson at 402-5897 or visit the event’s Facebook page at: http://www.facebook.com/events/109551852492488/

On December 26, the action moves to may Pen, Clarendon, for the Square Memorial, when Monk and family of “Excuse Me” truck fame stage “Drifting in May Pen” at the Regency Strip near Mineral Heights Commercial Blvd. gates open at 8am and some of the attractions include freestyle drifting exhibition and a sneak peak at “Truckshow 2012”, which has proven to be extremely popular. The event is hosted by Reggae Rodgers and there will be an after party at Regency Plaza.
Come see the famous truck “EXCUSE ME” and other Crazy Show Trucks in Jamaica!!!!
Featuring Jamaica’s greatest Drifters:
Richie Rerrie, Cutta Hype, Alan Chen, Christopher Rickman, Randal Singh, Scott Racing crew, Gowayne Gordon, Haymans,
Mad Antz Racing, Sav Crew, , St Bess Crew, Manchester Crew, Clarendon Crew and cars from all over Jamaica.

For further information, contact Christopher Rickman at 351-4524 or visit the event’s Facebook page at: http://www.facebook.com/events/140318966076181/

If all of that wasn’t already enough, the JMMC is slated to cap off the year on December 27 with the 5th and final Dexterity test at Whitter Village in Ironshore, Montego Bay. Organized by Team Mad Dem Racing President and CEO Maurice Whittingham and the Team MBMC Executives, the much anticipated event should be another step in taking the motorsports entertainment package right across Jamaica in 2011, with a view to continuing the momentum into the new year.
For further information contact Maurice Whittingham at 862-2745 or 572-2779.

Written by jmmcsecretariat in: Upcoming Events | Tags: , , , , , ,

JMMC/Just Bet/Advance Performance Parts/Petcom Tarmac Rally #1

By Nicola Williams. Edited by Dean Corrodus.
Photos by Donavon Montague, Gregory Brissett, Michael Samuels & Nicola Williams.

Cool, cool Mandeville, capital city of Manchester, was the venue for the staging of the first tarmac rally for 2011 on Sunday, May 29. The Jamaican countryside is known for its winding roads, lush greenery and hospitable people and the normally sleepy, mid island town lived up to that reputation very well. This rally had only eight entrants, and for most superficial rally fans, not worth the trip, but for the diehard motorsports enthusiasts, it presents an opportunity for a “road trip” filled with laughter, an eclectic combination of foods and most importantly, eye candy of all types, from the beautiful flora and fauna to the cars being expertly maneuvered through the twists and turns but inches from your toes. The look of wonderment in the children’s eyes as the cars pass is priceless, they having never had their sleepy village woken with the sound of loud exhausts and the flash of cars driven at the highest speed possible in the twisty corners.  The sidelines erupted into – “Yes man, Alan a move, yuh hear di turbo” or “baxide Matthew a gwaan tiday doa”. For me, the commentary from the sidelines at any motorsports events is almost as entertaining as the cars and on some days, even more.

Undeniably, this rally belonged to Alan Chen/Marcia Dawes, with their turbo charged Toyota Corolla SR5, and so it should, as Alan is most comfortable in a rear wheel drive car and the hills of Mandeville are his stomping ground. He probably knows every inch of the Melrose Hill stage intimately. The Chen/Dawes duo finished with an overall time of 17 minutes 23 seconds, which included a donut in the middle of the Melrose Hill stage, which both frightened and pleased the fans immensely.

He was followed by Sebastian Rae/Rameses McGregor with an overall time of 17m.27s. in their Mitsubishi Mirage which one normally sees at Dover. On what is thought to be his first rally, Rae roared through the hillside with his JA3 classified car making quick work of the twisty corners and appeared determined to leave an indelible tyre track wherever he went.

Another rear wheel drive expert, Maurice Whittingham, chose to leave that type of weapon at home and field a front wheel drive Toyota Levin in the JA2 class, and was 21 seconds behind the leader with an overall time of 17m.45s. He drove very clean lines with very little of his usual flamboyant, crowd pleasing drifts and slides through the corners. One could hardly blame him, as with a sheer rock face on one side and a plunging precipice on the other, it was advisable to keep it straight. Pity no one sent that memo to Mr. Chen though. Based on the comments heard at the fast right/left switchback across from the bar on the Old Melrose Hill special stage where the spectators gathered, (“doan stan up dehso, Whitty chuck aaf eena di bush right dehso few years back”) it still amazes me the stories and memories that are related on a rally stage, whilst waiting for the next competitor.

The team of Matthew Gore/Raymond Farquharson, a crowd favorite, suffered driveline breakage on special stage 3 before lunch, and his crew could be seen feverishly working on the car to get it back on the road to finish the rally – “Bwaaay, Matchoo a guh hard star, him need some a dem strong axle wha come fram farin”. Luckily for them, Toyota parts are easily procured even in sleepy Mandeville on a Sunday and very quickly an axle was found and installed and he was back in the event. The manner in which he came through the switchback with “blood innah him eye” trying to make up for the time lost, was amazing. They finished fourth overall with a time of 17m.53s. Gore is the reigning Rally sport champion, and it is very clear that he intends to retain the title in the Team Mobay Racing camp.

The real star of the show, was actually the 7th placed contender, in “Rusty” piloted by the pair of Troy Bernard and Roger Brown. “Rusty” hails from Montego Bay and is usually seen at Spot Valley, however they ventured into the Rally arena for the first time to encouraging cheers as he passed through the stages and the shouts shall echo in my ears for a while to come – “Gwaan, Rusty – yuh look pap dung but di engine a run!!” I want to add, Rusty was driven from Montego Bay and back – “No wrecker roun ere!” Well done to Troy and his crew. There is an old adage – “to finish first, one must first finish” and indeed “Rusty” finished his first rally with an overall time of 20m.34s.

Mandeville Rally was “likkle but tallawah,” and a great time was had by all. The awards ceremony was held at KFC Mandeville and the victorious home boy Alan Chen took his machine out on the streets and gave an impromptu drifting display complete with smoking tyres for the large Sunday evening crowd which had gathered in the street.

Overall results – Stage 1 – 7
Pos   Driver/Co-Driver   Class   2WD4WD   Make Car   Elapsed Time

1   Alan Chen/Marcia Dawes   JA4   2WD   Toyota Corolla SR5   17:23.936
2   Sebastian Rae/Rameses McGregor   JA3   2WD   Mitsubishi Mirage   17:27.235
3   Maurice Whittingham/Robert Singh   JA2   2WD   Toyota Corolla Levin   17:45.346
4   Matthew Gore/Raymond Farquharson   JA2   2WD   Toyota Starlet   17:53.666
5   Thomas Hall/Andre Gordon   JA4   2WD   Toyota Starlet   18:05.119
6   Macklin Peterkin/Wayne Chuck   JN8   4WD   Subaru Impreza WRX STI Spec C   18:11.852
7   Troy Bernard/Roger Brown   JA2   2WD   Toyota Starlet   20:34.560

Dean Corrodus/Gregory Brissett   JA3   2WD   Honda Civic Type R   DNF

The event was made possible with the assistance of  Advance Performance Parts, Catherine’s Peak, Petcom, Seafreight Jamaica Ltd, Tru Juice, Knutsford Court, Just Bet (Supreme Ventures), Seaboard, KFC, Xsomo and The Automotive Performance Centre Ltd.

The next event on the JMMC calendar will be the JMMC Ironshore Tarmac Sprint #3 to be held at Montego Park estates (Morgan’s Property), Ironshore, Montego Bay on June 19 starting at 11am.
For more information about Jamaican motorsports, visit www.jamaicamotorsports.com or call the JMMC office at       934-1288.

Written by jmmcsecretariat in: NEWSLETTER,Results | Tags: , , , ,

Raynor King Memorial Rally Report

JMMC Hosts First Successful Stages Rally of the Year




After many painstaking months, the Jamaica Millennium Motoring Club successfully staged the Raynor King Memorial Stages Rally in the cool hills of Lydford in the parish of St. Ann.  The numerous uncertainties brought on by the worldwide recession has severely affected motor racing in Jamaica, most noticeably, Rallies.  Normally held in the parish of Westmoreland, the Raynor King Rally has been one to look forward to in recent years. 

The King family with a strong background and presence in motor racing, has contributed tremendously to the sport and was not forgotten as relative Richie ‘Sir Rich’ Rerrie and son of Raynor, Daryl King were active amongst the competitors in the event.

The initial disappointment of the low competitor turnout of ten entrants was soon forgotten as the morning stages were brilliant in the St. Ann sunshine and the afternoon dialed in seasonal rain and more excitement to the day’s activities. 


Sir Rich in a Class by Himself

Richie Rerrie, the sole representative of the JA8 class was undoubtedly the fastest machine in the event.  Driving his popular KIG/Puma/Leroy’s Auto Glass sponsored Subaru Impreza WRX Sti, nicknamed Trauma, with co-driver Winston Dawson; finished atop the standings with an overall time of 31:15.997 after eleven stages.

Natasha Chang was the next fastest and winner of the JN8 class with an overall time of 35:02.261. Natasha, driving her Tropical Battery/Goodyear/Forza sponsored Mitsubishi Evolution 5, was accompanied by Mathew Gore the emerging international driver for Liquid Lightning energy drink.

Two other four wheel drive entrants (Salvador Solis/Nigel Lyn and Noel Sloley/Dorian Dolphy) were unable to complete the event.


 Jordan Powell in control in 2WD

Jordan Powell, with co-driver Gina Tomlinson were the fastest pair in the two wheel drive class, as well as class winners in the JA2 class.  Jordan, driving his Goodyear/ Gunk/Lloyd’s of Montego Bay/Performance centre/Add-Vantage Auto Parts sponsored Toyota Corolla FX finished with an elapsed time of 35:27.588 to also claim 3rd fastest overall.

The two wheel drive competition was however, not meager for Jordan, as defending drivers champion Thomas Hall representing the JA4 class in his Xsomo/Sunoco Fuels/Advantage Performance Parts sponsored Toyota Turbo Starlet, was hot on Jordan’s heals the entire day winning his class and claiming fourth overall.  Also, Dean ‘Duct Tape’ Corrodus with co-driver Pernell Fitzcoy in their Tropical Battery/Kumho Tires/Performance Centre/Add-vantage Auto parts sponsored Honda Civic Type R were only able to win the JA3 class and take honors for 5th overall.  Dion ‘Babybomb’ Gardner, with co-driver Julian Gordon evidently had car issues in his Petcom/Autosource sponsored Mitsubishi Mirage, rounding out the top six.

Hope for More to Come

Now that the proverbial camel is now off the JMMC’s back, and the worldwide recession seems to have peaked, we hope to see at least one more rally and two sprints before the premier Rally Jamaica 2009 to be held on the first weekend of December.

This event was made possible by the efforts of Xsomo International, KFC, True Juice, Bay Wata, Tropical Battery and CVM

Written by ADMINISTRATOR in: Club Stuff,Notice Board,Results | Tags:

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