Guyanese Kristian Jeffrey extends lead in Caribbean Radical Series

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Powered by Torginol Paints Inc., Guyana’s Kristian Jeffrey has increased his lead in the 2022 Radical Caribbean Cup (RCC) with two more victories in the second round at Bushy Park, Barbados, on Sunday.

On his first appearance this year, former SR3 Cup champion Sean Maloney was the other race winner, achieving a family double with son Zane. The latter had claimed a notable first FIA Formula 3 victory at the iconic Spa circuit in Belgium earlier in the day.

Jeffrey leads the standings with 125 points, while three more podium finishes keep Trinidad and Tobago’s Kristian Boodoosingh in the hunt for the title at the halfway stage of the season with 100 points.

With his first podium of the season, Jamaica’s Senna Summerbell has moved up to third (56 points) with Maloney the highest-placed Bajan in fourth (51 points).

There are smaller margins in the Nations Cup, although Guyana also leads on 130 points, ahead of Barbados (110), T&T (105) and Jamaica (63).

Leading the pack! Kristian Jeffrey leads the pack at the Bushy Park Circuit, Barbados (Photo: Fast Parts Caribbean)

Speaking to News Room Sport, Jeffrey said his physical work off the track is certainly yielding positive results on it. Enthusiasm over his chances grew after he sent his favoured Radical from England to Barbados for this series, after uncertainty over his future in Europe.

“It feels as if me and the car is one right now.”

He was not short on praise for the arduous effort of his support team, which is a significant reason for his success.

It is understood that F3 driver Zane Maloney will compete at the third leg of the series on October 9 and then the final leg from November 12-13 in Guyana, and Jeffrey, who didn’t have the greatest of success in their battles during the 2019 season, said he is certainly looking forward to the stiff challenge that awaits.

Driver points after Round Two: 

  • 1st– Jeffrey 125 points
  • 2nd– Boodoosingh 100 points
  • 3rd– Summerbell 56 points
  • 4th– Sean Maloney 51 points
  • 5th– J Maloney 50 points
  • 6th– Justin Campbell 47 points
  • 7th– Stuart Maloney 37 points
  • 8th– Suleman Esuf 36 points
  • 9th– A Esuf and Mark Maloney 24 points

Nations Cup points after Round Two:

  • 1st– Guyana 130 points
  • 2nd– Barbados 110 points
  • 3rd– Trinidad and Tobago 105 points
  • 4th– Jamaica 63 points

Remaining Rounds:

  • October 9, Bushy Park Barbados (BPMSI)
  • November 12-13, South Dakota, Guyana (GMR&SC)
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