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Grand Mayhem drag racing event upcoming in Nevis
Published on April 25, 2014 Email To Friend    Print Version

By Curtis Morton
Caribbean News Now contributor

CHARLESTOWN, Nevis -- An upcoming drag racing event in Nevis will be a one day affair and will mainly feature the speed cars from the Federation of St Kitts and Nevis. However, do not be surprised if there are one or two cars out of Antigua as well.

According to CJ Bartlette of the Nevis Drag Racing Unit, the upcoming race meet to be hosted by his unit will be referred to simply as Mayhem. It will be held on Sunday May 4 at the St James Raceway.

Bartlette said that a sound system will be in place so that the spectators will be fully updated with running commentary on each race.

Presently, all of the necessary systems are being fine tuned and he guaranteed that the meet will indeed be exciting, as there will be several grudge match-ups between drivers and cars from Nevis and also some scores to be settled between drivers and cars from both sides of the waters.
 
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