Thursday, April 18, 2024

Wood, Maloney in top spot


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CLEAN SWEEPS by Ryan Wood and Stuart Maloney were the high point at last weekend’s Suzuki Challenge Series Swift Cup and SRs Cup.

But it was Jason Parkinson and newcomer Arron Parris, who joined the Suzuki Challenge Series Swift Cup’s roll of honour as the second Swift Cup season opened with a double-header.

There were three races each last Saturday and Monday, while the SR3 Cup contenders raced only during Monday’s Glassesco Valvoline John “Tiny” Harrison Memorial Race Meet, organised by Bushy Park Motor Sport Inc. (BPMSI).

Wood, of Team Digicel, grabbed his first “pole”, but Josh Read of Team Massy United Insurance, the reigning champion, Trinidadian Ryan Peyrau of Team Suzuki, and Team Rock Hard Cement’s Carlos Edwards on row two, with Parkinson (Team Infra Rentals/Sol), Kenrick “Snappa” Husbands (Team Williams Industries) and Dane Skeete (Team Simpson Finance) were all within half a second of Wood’s pole time.

Please read the full story in today’s Weekend Nation, or in the eNATION edition.


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