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AutoSport Racing’s Drag & Wind(ing) Event #9

Postby AutoSport » October 15th, 2012, 6:42 pm

D&W Event #9 Sunday 21st October at ARC.

Briefing meeting Wednesday 17th at MOSPORTT, Frederick Settlement from 7:00pm.

It’s October 2012 and AutoSport Racing Association has proven its resilience with the successful staging of eight Drag and Wind(ing) Events for the year.

And with two more Events to go to complete its commitment to hosting a full Championship series, the ARA Team can stand proud as they have kept a host of Motor Sport Competitors from all disciplines thoroughly happy, keenly battling for points to determine End-of-Year Champions.

A major part of this success is attributed to dialoging with the competitors to have a more equitable classification in this unique Event, and at the same time not getting in to minute analysis of performance enhancing upgrades.

These Events also exposed the fact that pure power or money spent on performance enhancements will not make you a winner. But combining driver talent with a properly tuned car, and bringing both into harmony are the factors that will create that winning recipe.

Leaders in the respective Classes to date are:
Class 1A Ruddy Beekee in his Honda Civic, winning every single event that he has participated in to date.
Class 1B sees Stephen Hosein in his Sir Honda Civic well ahead of his closest rival.
Class 2A is now turning into a see saw battle between Daryl Ali and David Lyons with the latter now moving 60 points ahead after the last Event.
Class 2B sees Kirk Ho Hing, the only competitor who enjoys full sponsorship of a new VW Twin-Charged Jetta courtesy Best Motors, justifying this support with a points lead that already confirms him outright Class winner.
Class 3A, Devi Nath with his locally converted 1500 Turbo Suzuki is leading his closest competitor by 270 points.
Class 3B sees the consistent Devon Bartholomew quite comfortable winner at this stage with a 210 points lead over his closest rival.
Class 4A has been dominated by Clive Sugden, a driver with Circuit Racing experience leading back to the 80’s. He also won many Fastest-Time-Of-The-Day-Awards.
But in 4B, Alistair Rahamut has a fight from Khayam Ali who is just 100 points behind.

Let no one forget that points will be tallied from ONLY eight of the ten events – competitors will drop points from their two worst events.

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Re: AutoSport Racing’s Drag & Wind(ing) Event #9

Postby moti » October 16th, 2012, 11:36 am

shweet, sunday looks free yo!

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Re: AutoSport Racing’s Drag & Wind(ing) Event #9

Postby professor » October 16th, 2012, 12:55 pm

Yes, i have been lucky in 4A, the competition keeps changing, hired guns coming in to try and mash up my points, even one Honda man want to come up with the full race Honda (without cage, light like paper) to try and stop me from taking the overall Chanpionship, what he forgetting is, when they drop his two worst results, that would be two first place points, I dont think he has run all eight races (subject to correction) , when they drop my two worst, it would be third place or even fourth. But say what, this is the best chance they have, made some change since before last meeting and still have not sorted out some issues. But as they say, no excuses once you line up. BS stops when the lights hit Green.

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Re: AutoSport Racing’s Drag & Wind(ing) Event #9

Postby JDM_GUY » October 16th, 2012, 2:39 pm

Stiff competition. Heard the mines R35 coming back strong.

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Re: AutoSport Racing’s Drag & Wind(ing) Event #9

Postby pete » October 16th, 2012, 2:40 pm

They drop two or just take the best 8?

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Re: AutoSport Racing’s Drag & Wind(ing) Event #9

Postby paparazzi » October 16th, 2012, 2:48 pm

JDM_GUY wrote:Stiff competition. Heard the mines R35 coming back strong.


I planned to but work intervened

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Re: AutoSport Racing’s Drag & Wind(ing) Event #9

Postby wagonrunner » October 16th, 2012, 3:03 pm

Will try to make it up early on sunday.

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Re: AutoSport Racing’s Drag & Wind(ing) Event #9

Postby Kongorealm » October 16th, 2012, 3:38 pm

paparazzi wrote:
JDM_GUY wrote:Stiff competition. Heard the mines R35 coming back strong.


I planned to but work intervened


nooooooo..say it ain't so!

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Postby speedaholic » October 16th, 2012, 5:13 pm

will be there shooting.....

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Re: AutoSport Racing’s Drag & Wind(ing) Event #9

Postby AutoSport » October 16th, 2012, 11:03 pm

pete wrote:They drop two or just take the best 8?

As stated from Event #1, at the End of the 10 events, the competitor drops the two worst set of points and the top eight totalled, to determine winners in each of the eight Classes contested.

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Re: AutoSport Racing’s Drag & Wind(ing) Event #9

Postby moti » October 17th, 2012, 9:06 am

paparazzi wrote:
JDM_GUY wrote:Stiff competition. Heard the mines R35 coming back strong.


I planned to but work intervened



you work :shock:
and here i always thought people worked for you :pokes:

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Re: AutoSport Racing’s Drag & Wind(ing) Event #9

Postby matthew2730mvp » October 17th, 2012, 11:20 am

AutoSport should encourage the females to come out, E.G Car load with All Females pay $100...:) :)

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Postby AutoSport » October 17th, 2012, 2:43 pm

matthew2730mvp wrote:AutoSport should encourage the females to come out, E.G Car load with All Females pay $100...:) :)

Are you looking to enhance your background shots?

But good idea!

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Re: AutoSport Racing’s Drag & Wind(ing) Event #9

Postby AutoSport » October 17th, 2012, 3:33 pm

matthew2730mvp wrote:AutoSport should encourage the females to come out, E.G Car load with All Females pay $100...:) :)

Are you looking to enhance your background shots?

But good idea!

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Re: AutoSport Racing’s Drag & Wind(ing) Event #9

Postby JDM_GUY » October 17th, 2012, 11:18 pm

paparazzi wrote:
JDM_GUY wrote:Stiff competition. Heard the mines R35 coming back strong.


I planned to but work intervened


Shx man, any new goodies under the hood? Or its just a repair and back out scene?

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Re: AutoSport Racing’s Drag & Wind(ing) Event #9

Postby MICROTECH 7 » October 18th, 2012, 7:54 am

Information received at last nights meeting stated that some Rally cars and shifter karts were interested in participating on Sunday. It Is refreshing to see that after #8 events Drag & Wind can still receive the interest of prominent racing associations. Provided this action takes place on Sunday, AutoSport would have done what was only a conversation piece at the doubles stand, the incorporation of multiple different racing disciplines participating under one roof in perfect harmony.

It could be said that there does exist a level of motorsport unity when properly managed and executed where competitors can exist in support of each other without intimidation or pressure and have a day of fun.....I could only hope that this unity will not go unnoticed.

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Postby moti » October 18th, 2012, 8:27 am

maybe the "minister" can look into this

who say ASP for NSO

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Postby Team Loco » October 18th, 2012, 9:42 am

matthew2730mvp wrote:AutoSport should encourage the females to come out (those who support the booming boobies biz), E.G Car load with All Females pay $100...:) :)


fixed

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Postby Ignorant Ignis » October 18th, 2012, 9:43 am

MICROTECH 7 wrote:Information received at last nights meeting stated that some Rally cars and shifter karts were interested in participating on Sunday. It Is refreshing to see that after #8 events Drag & Wind can still receive the interest of prominent racing associations. Provided this action takes place on Sunday, AutoSport would have done what was only a conversation piece at the doubles stand, the incorporation of multiple different racing disciplines participating under one roof in perfect harmony.

It could be said that there does exist a level of motorsport unity when properly managed and executed where competitors can exist in support of each other without intimidation or pressure and have a day of fun.....I could only hope that this unity will not go unnoticed.


VK super special was also a great event that pulled this off....to bad ego's and politics prevented it from going further.

Rawle ...any chance of pulling one of these off at the toruba stadium? .....seeing as ttrc getting it to use

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Re: AutoSport Racing’s Drag & Wind(ing) Event #9

Postby moti » October 18th, 2012, 1:05 pm

Ignorant Ignis wrote:the toruba stadium? .....seeing as ttrc getting it to use



only a matter of time then :P

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Re: AutoSport Racing’s Drag & Wind(ing) Event #9

Postby AutoSport » October 18th, 2012, 1:25 pm

moti wrote:
Ignorant Ignis wrote:the toruba stadium? .....seeing as ttrc getting it to use



only a matter of time then :P


Let's not jump the gun and see how this unfolds next weekend, 28th Oct.

Many suggestions are being put forward, many initiatives are being pursued, but we all have to be very careful at this point.

If the intended plans work out smoothly..... remember the suggestion by Rallyman a few weeks ago?

I still do believe in miracles, and have plenty patience. As I always say, by the Grace of God we shall eventually prevail.

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Re: AutoSport Racing’s Drag & Wind(ing) Event #9

Postby canada » October 18th, 2012, 2:16 pm

Kudos to you Mr. Mahabir - a true gentleman. Thoroughly enjoying the D&W Series 2012. Keep up the good work.

All set for 2013.

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Re: AutoSport Racing’s Drag & Wind(ing) Event #9

Postby Team Loco » October 18th, 2012, 3:44 pm

AutoSport wrote:
moti wrote:
Ignorant Ignis wrote:the toruba stadium? .....seeing as ttrc getting it to use



only a matter of time then :P


Let's not jump the gun and see how this unfolds next weekend, 28th Oct.

Many suggestions are being put forward, many initiatives are being pursued, but we all have to be very careful at this point.

If the intended plans work out smoothly..... remember the suggestion by Rallyman a few weeks ago?

I still do believe in miracles, and have plenty patience. As I always say, by the Grace of God we shall eventually prevail.


and this is why we attend your events....well said

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Re: AutoSport Racing’s Drag & Wind(ing) Event #9

Postby matthew2730mvp » October 18th, 2012, 7:11 pm

Team Loco wrote:
matthew2730mvp wrote:AutoSport should encourage the females to come out (those who support the booming boobies biz), E.G Car load with All Females pay $100...:) :)


fixed


Partner this is what i Talkin abt Big BOOBIES an short shorts....#men goin to drive to impress :D :D

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Re: AutoSport Racing’s Drag & Wind(ing) Event #9

Postby MICROTECH 7 » October 18th, 2012, 8:23 pm

matthew2730mvp wrote:
Team Loco wrote:
matthew2730mvp wrote:AutoSport should encourage the females to come out (those who support the booming boobies biz), E.G Car load with All Females pay $100...:) :)


fixed


Partner this is what i Talkin abt Big BOOBIES an short shorts....#men goin to drive to impress :D :D



Fellas...fellas... Please, If you notice at the top of organisers advertised flyer. AutoSport has pride themselves by noting a FAMILY event. Please let us not lose track of this treads intention. They are not promoting a day at the beach. There is a bath tub derby advertised to be held in the west soon where....boobieing maybe appropriate.

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Re: AutoSport Racing’s Drag & Wind(ing) Event #9

Postby dubcity » October 18th, 2012, 9:13 pm

MICROTECH 7 wrote:Information received at last nights meeting stated that some Rally cars and shifter karts were interested in participating on Sunday. It Is refreshing to see that after #8 events Drag & Wind can still receive the interest of prominent racing associations. Provided this action takes place on Sunday, AutoSport would have done what was only a conversation piece at the doubles stand, the incorporation of multiple different racing disciplines participating under one roof in perfect harmony.

It could be said that there does exist a level of motorsport unity when properly managed and executed where competitors can exist in support of each other without intimidation or pressure and have a day of fun.....I could only hope that this unity will not go unnoticed.



So true,it just goes to show how well auto sport interacts with everyone continuously to make each event better than the last.Keep up the good work and you have my support for 2013 as well.(once the world doesn't end before)

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Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » October 18th, 2012, 11:10 pm

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D&W #9 Entries at Briefing
No. Group Comp. No. NAME Car
1 1A 14 Aqeeb Ali Civic 1600
2 1A 55 Ruddy Beekee Honda Civic 1600
3 1A 89 Kendall Chai Honda CRX
4 1A 932 Naz Mohammed Locost 7
5 1B 8 Shaun Mohammed Locost 7
6 1B 56 Ryan Ali Civic 1600
7 1B 95 Kelvin Leon Singh Honda Civic 1600
8 1B 101 Neil Gopeesingh Suzuki Sport 1600
9 1B 109 Steven Hosein Honda Civix SIR 1600
10 1B 251 Leon O'Brien B14 1600
11 2A 45 Yazid Daryl Ali Honda Civic 1800
12 2A 229 Shalan Mack Nissan Wingroad 2000
13 2A 707 David Lyons Suzuki GTI Turbo 1300
14 2A 888 Anthony Farah Honda Civic 1800
15 2B 28 Kirk Ho Hing VW Jetta
16 2B 31 Anil Sooknanan Nissan Primera 2000
17 2B 48 Rajendra Singh Nissan Wingroad 2000
18 2B 52 Steven Hosein Mazda Mx 3 2000
19 2B 53 Leonard Riley Nissan S14 2000
20 2B 54 Anil Mack Honda Civic 1800
21 2B 105 Christopher Kahadar Mazda Miata 1998
22 2B 111 Venus Miller Altezza 2000
23 2B 130 Shameer Mohammed Sentra B14 2000
24 3A 37 Devi Nath Suzuki 1500 Turbo
25 3A 41 Saeed Mandal Honda EG9 Turbo
26 3A 50 Stefan Ragoo Corolla 2000 T
27 3A 114 Feyaz Mohammed Nissan Silvia
28 3A 116 Yeaown Chang Nissan Silvia
29 3B 22 Sarah Partapsingh Nissan Silvia 2000
30 3B 47 Ricky Kahadar Honda Civic 2300
31 3B 74 Anthony Mannette Honda Civic 1600 T
32 3B 79 Randy Mohammed Nissan 2000 T
33 3B 115 Michael Heerah Skyline GT R33 2WD
34 3B 125 Junior Partapsingh Silvia 2000
35 3B 141 Ajmal Mustapha Cefiro 2500
36 3B 346 Devon Bartholomew Toyota Supra 3000
37 3B 363 Heera Manorath Medalist
38 4A 17 Kristian Boodoosingh Mit. Evo 6
39 4A 51 Mayank Ramlakhan Mazda 3rd Gen T
40 4A 69 Clive Sugden Subaru STI
41 4A 175 Jagdeo Seecharan Skyline RB26
42 4A 250 Kiran Kumar Mit Evo IIII
43 4A 700 Kevon Ramjohn Mit Evo VII
44 4B 7 Latif Khan Mit Evo VII
45 4B 19 Troy Sooknanan Subaru STI
46 4B 24 Barry Mykoo Subaru STI
47 4B 26 Joel Jagassar Mit Evo IV
48 4B 35 Olatungi Rudder-Fisher Subaru Impreza
49 4B 72 Danielle Alexander A31 Cifero
50 4B 94 Alistair Rahamut Mit Lancer 2000
51 4B 156 Samuel Weeks Mit Evo IIII
52 4B 163 Khayam Ali Mazda Familia 1800
53 4B 3030 A. Ali Mit Evo 10
75 Nigel Toney

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Re: AutoSport Racing’s Drag & Wind(ing) Event #9

Postby nismo_demon » October 19th, 2012, 12:29 am

cant wait for sunday!!!!!!!!

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Re: AutoSport Racing’s Drag & Wind(ing) Event #9

Postby COROLLA KID » October 19th, 2012, 8:31 am

nice entry cars!

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Re: AutoSport Racing’s Drag & Wind(ing) Event #9

Postby canada » October 19th, 2012, 1:47 pm

Wow - good for you Mr. Microtech 7. Thank you.

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