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Three cars arrive in Nevis from Antigua for major drag racing meet
Published on December 10, 2012 Email To Friend    Print Version

CHARLESTOWN, Nevis -- Carlos Vanterpool, the man in charge of the Drag Racing Unit on Nevis, is promising something really special for the Christmas meet scheduled for Sunday, December 16.

The meet will involve mainly vehicles from St Kitts and Nevis but the good news is that three top vehicles from Antigua have already arrived on the island for the meet.

The meet is scheduled for December 16 and caretaker of the St James’ raceway facility, Nicky Williams, has indicated that the final touches are being placed on the preparation of the track and the grounds are already cleared in readiness for the event.

The three vehicles from Antigua include a turbocharged Chevrolet, which is fuel injected, and a 1993 Ford Mustang, which at one point was rated the fastest vehicle in Antigua, previously clocking 8.76 secs in 2005.
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