Team Mohamed’s targets six-second bracket with new Pro-Mod


Drag Racing is back and Team Mohamed’s has a new machine to unleash, a Pro Modified car, at South Dakota Circuit. It is deemed to be the fastest class of drag car with working doors, and the aim is to run six seconds or faster this Sunday.

This is surely one of the moments to look forward to at the Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club’s ‘Quarter Mile Return.’

Clint Satterfield, the seasoned driver who will be behind the wheels of the beastly fast machine, said the car has the ability to produce over 4000 horsepower and on a quarter-mile track with good conditions, it can go 5.60 seconds to 5.70 seconds at 250 miles per hour.

With over 11 years of experience behind such cars, Satterfield explained it the rush for speed that keeps him going and always seeking to go faster.

The white GT-R is expected to go even faster (Photo: News Room/March 2022)

He did confirm that “we should run low six seconds pretty easily.”  It means the current record of 7.501 seconds, which the white GT-R currently holds at the venue, will be shattered.

Additionally, Terence Cox, the man behind the wheels of two of the GT-Rs, said the “white car is running really good” and they are aiming to get the car down to 7.2 seconds and eclipse a speed of 200 miles per hour.

The Black GT-R, commonly called Goliath, is also expected to hit the track and produce some exceptionally fast times, as well as the Nismo, which is piloted by team principal Azruddin Mohamed.

Tickets will go on sale from March 24 at the club’s Albert Street and Thomas Lands venue, Mohamed’s Enterprise (29 Lombard Street, Georgetown); Motor Trend Service Center (Area L Foulis Public Road E.C.D); West Coast Customs Wash Bay (Vreed-en-Hoop, W.C.D); Massive Audio (Parika, E.B.E); Homeline Furnishing (592 New Amsterdam, Berbice); Sukhpaul’s Business Enterprise and Auto Sales (Lot 7-8 Strand New Amsterdam, Berbice); and Sukhpaul’s Service Station (Corriverton, Berbice).

Adult tickets cost G$2000 each, while admission for children is G$500.

Meanwhile, competition is expected from Suriname with a total of 10 cars so far confirming participation.

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