‘Speed Queen’ Sharima Khan to make return at ENet Caribbean Clash of Champions


Sharima Khan, affectionately known as the ‘Speed Queen’,  is set to make a thrilling return to motor racing at the ENet Caribbean Clash of Champions on November 10.

Known for her prowess behind the wheel of her iconic Honda Del Sol, aptly nicknamed the ‘Pink Beast,’ Khan’s comeback is eagerly anticipated by fans and fellow racers.

Khan took a hiatus from racing to focus on starting a family. During this time, she got married and welcomed two boys.

Now that the timing is perfect, she is ready to reignite her passion for racing. “The November international event is the biggest in the Caribbean, and I can’t think of a better time to make my return,” she said.

Her return to the South Dakota Circuit will not be a walk in the park. The circuit has seen significant changes since her last race, and she acknowledges the need to adapt to the new track layout and regain her seat time in a race car. Despite these hurdles, Khan remains optimistic and determined, a testament to her unwavering spirit.

“I know it won’t be an easy return, but I’m very optimistic about this,” she shared. “I’ve always loved the thrill of racing, and I believe I still have what it takes to compete at a high level.”

Sharima Khan is the only female Guyanese driver to have competed in circuit racing in Guyana over the last couple of decades, a testament to her skill and determination. Her return adds a layer of excitement to the ENet Caribbean Clash of Champions, promising a spectacular display of speed and competition.

Fans can look forward to seeing the “Pink Beast” back on the track, driven by the indomitable spirit of the “Speed Queen.” Khan’s return is more than just a comeback; it’s an inspiring story of passion, resilience, and a love for racing.

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