Boodoosingh enlists for scorching action at Georgetown Grand Prix
Trinidad and Tobago driving sensation Kristian Boodoosingh has been confirmed as the third overseas competitor for the Georgetown Grand Prix billed for May 11 at the GT Motorsports Facility located at Thomas Road and Albert Street from 16:00hrs.
Boodoosingh joins the Jamaican pair of Tommi Gore and Colin Daley Jr as the three overseas competitors for the highly anticipated event which will be the first for 2019 and promises to be filled with thrilling action in all categories.
The Trinidadian ace karter is accustomed to these shores being a regular for Caribbean Motor Racing Championships and most importantly karting.
His previous presence was 2017 where he was good enough to secure a podium finish, battling the likes of Kristian Jeffrey and Matthew Phang for third in a 125cc Seniors race.
With Guyanese eager to test their metal and showcase improvement, Boodoosingh will be aware that it won’t be a cruise in the park, especially with the know exploit of Daley Jr.
To compound why there will be a saturation of close finishes and skilful karting, the juniors are beaming to show the local fans the impact of the three rounds of the Caribbean Karting Academy Trophy earlier this year in Barbados.
Eyes should be pierced to the likes of Nathan Rahman, Jeremy TenPow, Rayden Persaud, Paige Mendonca, Zachary Persaud.
As per normal, the categories at the Grand Prix will be the 60cc Kids Cup; 125cc Juniors, Seniors and Masters; Shifter Cup Pro and Easy Cup Rookie.
According to the organisers, after qualifying karters will be gridded for three races: Race 1(Best qualifying time); Race 2 (Based on Finish from Race 1 with Top 50% of the grid inverted); Race 3 (Based on 2nd best time from Race 1).
Race laps are 12 while in qualifying it will be five, and there will be bonus two points for qualifying and bonus three for the fastest lap of the day.