Doug Gore Dominates 1st Round of Caribbean Championship at Dover

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Doug ‘Hollywood’ Gore has made himself a favourite to claim the  Caribbean Motor-Racing championship.

This following the action at the first meet of theCaribbean Motor-Racing championship, theRubis Energy/Seaboard Marine Caribbean Invasion which took place at the Dover Raceway in St. Ann on Sunday.

Gore driving his Audi won all three Group Four races to take the early lead in the individual driving championship ahead of defending champion David Summerbell junior.

Summerbell who began the day with huge expectations after posting a new lap record in race one of the Mp4 event on Saturday was unable to finish any of the CMRC races due to mechanical problems.

  

Other local drivers who failed to complete the three required races were Peter Rae and Chris Campbell.

However Gore, Andre Anderson and George Bayley were able to complete their races resulting in Jamaica taking the early lead in the country championship.

The other two meets in the Caribbean Championship will take place in Barbados in September and in Guyana in November. However with repair work being done to track in Barbados, reports are that the second leg of the CMRC will be staged in Jamaica.

Meanwhile Causwell Lewis and Jason Campbell were involved in an accident on the final lap of race three of the motorcycle event.

Both riders were vying for first position in the race after winning one race apiece in the series.

Lewis, who was reported to be in good spirits after, was airlifted to the Mobay Hope Hospital for various internal tests on the recommendation of the attending ambulance service provider.

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