Kristian Jeffrey bringing ‘A-Game’ for Zane Maloney showdown


By Akeem Greene in Trinidad and Tobago

Guyana’s Kristian Jeffrey currently holds a handy 25-point lead in the Radical Caribbean Championship (RCC) after two rounds at Bushy Park, Barbados.

Action has moved to the Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway, Trinidad and Tobago, and for Jeffrey to add important points to his tally, a lot will depend on how he performs against Barbadian Zane Maloney.

The 19-year-old Maloney, who did not participate in the first two rounds, is the current F3 Vice-champion and Rookie Champion and is expected to be the new man to beat in the championship.

Powered by Torginol Paints, Jeffrey, in an interview with News Room Sport upon arrival in Trinidad, said racing against such caliber of competitors pushes him to bring his ‘A-Game.’

Kristian Jeffrey was at his sublime best in the first two rounds, but his biggest test is this weekend in Trinidad

“Having that high caliber of the driver and even throughout the field is always good, that is what competition is about, it only gets you stronger and better; it makes you bring out your A-Game”, Jeffrey expressed.

Jeffrey is hoping his car can continue to be efficient as the earlier rounds, and he plans to challenge for the win if he gets enough power.

This round was initially slated for Barbados, but the move to the twin-island republic has seen teams from Guyana, Barbados and Jamaica being greeted with a wet Frankie Boodram Raceway, Wallerfield. Still, the locals are expecting a change in conditions over the weekend.

Containers are expected to be cleared Friday evening, paving the way for an early start on Saturday.

The Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway on Thursday afternoon (Photo: Akeem Greene)

Free Practice and Qualifying for the supporting programme will start at 09:00h on Saturday, with Qualifying for the RCC and Group Four saloon cars on Sunday from 08:00h before the start of racing at 10:00h.

The three RCC races are scheduled for noon, 14:35h and 17:10h, and will be live streamed on

Apart from the radical championship, the 1.4-kilometer Wallerfield circuit will also see a Fast Parts Caribbean-sponsored invitational race meet.

After this leg of the radical championship, all attention will turn to Guyana for the November 12-13 race meet.

Guyana currently leads with 130 points, thanks to Jeffrey’s strong performance in the first six races, with Barbados second (110), T&T third (105) and Jamaica fourth (63).

Driver points after Round Two: 

1st–  Kristian Jeffrey 125 points

2nd– Kristian Boodoosingh 100 points

3rd– Senna Summerbell 56 points

4th– Sean Maloney 51 points

5th– Justin Maloney 50 points

6th– Justin Campbell 47 points

7th– Stuart Maloney 37 points

8th– Suleman Esuf 36 points

9th–Mark Maloney 24 points

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