Georgetown Grand Prix set for October 27
The Georgetown Grand Prix is back at GT Motorsports on Saturday October 27, with action blazing off at 18:00h or 6pm. The organisers are urging patrons to come out and witness the best that Guyana has to offer in riveting go-kart action.
As the season winds down to an end, the battle will be on to see who would be crowned 2018 overall champions of the various categories.
In the two Georgetown Grand Prix events this year, the battle was intense and October 27 promises to be no different.
In the Sun Burst Kids Cup, 2017 champion Jeremy Ten Pow is facing a stiff battle from Nathan Rahaman to retain his crown. Just a matter of six points separate the duo after six completed races.
With four wins, Ten Pow has 128 points, but the consistent Rahaman is a close second on 122, including two victories. They are followed by Justin Ten Pow on 87, Paige Mendonca on 81 and Josh Khan on 32.
The Baby Cup is a two-way battle between Justin Ten Pow and Nicholas Sawh, who have both recorded three wins this season. They are both locked on 126 points, with Caleb Paul way back on 51.
Dharmendra Dharmo leads the Easy Cup Rookie on 62 points, but his lead is slim as Naresh Alves and Zack Persaud are close behind in second and third on 51 and 50 points respectively. Sachin Narine has 43 points and Shahab Ghanie 34.
Just three points separate Stefan Jeffrey and Steven Nobrega at the top of the Easy Cup Super group. Jeffrey has 108, while Nobrega is on 105, followed by Kristian Jeffrey (75) and Brian Ten Pow (66).
The X30 Junior is led by Rayden Persaud on 109, followed by John Phang (95), Elan Rahaman (82), Faraud Mohamed (81), Gianni Carpenter (76) and Mikhail Persaud (51).
Shan Seejatan is the leader of the X30 Masters, having accumulated 123 points. He is followed by Haniff Mohamed on 98, Mahendra Boodhoo on 83 and Ralph Persaud on 36.
Mikhail Persaud is a runaway leader of the X30 Senior, having amassed 125 points. Matthew Phang with 87 is in second spot, followed by the Trinidad and Tobago pair Zachary Boodram (76) and Kristian Boodoosingh (74), John Phang (59), Elan Rahaman (50) and Raymond Baksh (41).
Admission to the event is free.
Find out what happened in the previous two Georgetown Grand Prix events in 2018.