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Double Masters Champion heads for Radical Carnival

 Marcello Marateotto, twice the Radical European Masters Champion, leads the overseas attack at Bushy Park Barbados this weekend (January 27/28) as the renamed Radical Caribbean SR3 Cup gets under way. The Italian racer will join drivers from England and the United States to take on some of the region’s best as the third Radical Carnival launches the 2018 competition season at the St Philip facility. read moreDouble Masters Champion heads for Radical Carnival

Winter Champion Jeffrey’s 8,000-mile return to the SR3 Cup

 Reigning SR3 Cup Winter Champion Kristian Jeffrey will return to the Suzuki Challenge Series at Bushy Park Barbados next weekend (September 2/3) at the Williams Industries International Race Meet. The 28-year-old Guyanese driver is squeezing an 8,000-mile trans-Atlantic round trip in between rounds five and six of the UK Radical Challenge Championship, which he has been contesting to broaden his racing experience. read moreWinter Champion Jeffrey’s 8,000-mile return to the SR3 Cup

Two wins each for Gale and Maloney in Suzuki Challenge Series

 Barry Gale and Stuart Maloney were the big winners in the second round of the Suzuki Challenge Series at Bushy Park Barbados on Saturday (July 1), each claiming two victories, as regular rain showers throughout the afternoon created challenging track conditions. Gale is the new leader of the Swift Cup, while Maloney has reduced Suleman Esuf’s SR3 Cup lead to just eight points. read moreTwo wins each for Gale and Maloney in Suzuki Challenge Series

Strong UK results prepare Stuart Maloney for SR3 Cup return

  Nine-time SR3 Cup race-winner Stuart Maloney heads into round two of the third Suzuki Challenge Series at Bushy Park Barbados on Saturday (July 1) off the back of a string of impressive results in the UK Radical Challenge Championship. Two third places were the highlights of a six-race programme that saw him finish outside the top 10 only once over back-to-back weekends of racing at Silverstone and Rockingham. read moreStrong UK results prepare Stuart Maloney for SR3 Cup return

Record-breaking start for third Suzuki Challenge Series

 The third Suzuki Challenge Series got off to a record-breaking start at Bushy Park Barbados at the Glassesco John ‘Tiny’ Harrison Memorial Race Meet, organised by Bushy Park Motor Sport Inc (BPMSI) over the weekend (May 6/7). Early leader of the SR3 Cup, reigning Champion Suleman Esuf, set new Qualifying and Race Lap Records  - and he’d lapped even faster in Practice - while Josh Read has edged ahead in the Swift Cup, the first time he has led the post-event standings. read moreRecord-breaking start for third Suzuki Challenge Series

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