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King of Cali reigns supreme in Nevis drag racing
Published on January 15, 2014 Email To Friend    Print Version




Competitors at the Nevis raceway on Sunday

By Curtis Morton
Caribbean News Now contributor

CHARLESTOWN, Nevis -- Despite a lot of talk and challenges sent in the general direction of Gavin Moon Clarke, his popular vehicle known as King of Cali left all competition in its smoke on Sunday, as the Nevis Drag Racing Unit held its first meet for the year.

According to CJ Bartlette at the Unit, the race, which was mostly a local event, except for a lone female participant out of Antigua, was a makeup event for the previously scheduled and rained out event in December. There were several participants from St Kitts.

A fair sized crowd attended the event and those present thoroughly enjoyed themselves.

The summarized results of the winners in the various categories were as follows:

14 seconds -- Samuel Matthew of Nevis
12 seconds -- Felix Smithen of Nevis
13 seconds -- Bernel Nisbett of Nevis
Outlaw category -- Gavin Clarke of Nevis
10 seconds -- Renee Edwards-Ambrose of Antigua
11 seconds -- Raynaldo Chiverton of Nevis
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