Caribbean Motorsport Podcast

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The 2020 track racing season gets underway with the Radical Caribbean Cup.  I caught up with series coordinator Kurt Seabra and asked him about plans for this year. I also got a chance to talk to some of the drivers who were out on track ahead of Round 1 at Bushy Park to get their feedback. Raymond Seebran – Guyana Kristian Boodoosingh – Trinidad Luke Bhola – Trinidad Suleman ‘Sol’ Esuf – Barbados
I made it!  Bucket List item complete!  I made it to my first ever WRC event, and what drama leading up to it. Unusually warm weather meant no snow and no ice.  The rally was on the verge of being cancelled. This episode is very short, because there is a YouTube video, so go and check it out! Rally Sweden 2020 YouTube video Swedish TV interview  
You know the voice, the unmistakable English bloke who does commentary and press for motorsport events in Barbados (and sometimes other places too). So what does he think about motorsport in the Caribbean? How does he manage to keep talking for so long? Who does he think is the best driver in the Caribbean? All these questions are answered in this very special Christmas episode
In this episode I speak with “Macgyver” Donelan on the topic of Crabbs Raceway in Antigua.  A dirt track which can be configured to many different courses for both Rally Sprint and Rally Cross. I also asked him what it’s like living in a household of BimmaCup-ers, and about the motorsport scene in Antigua. Crabbs Raceway Facebook Instagram
Met this racing quattro of ladies from Antigua.  They were in Barbados as part of a larger Antiguan contingent contesting the Barbados leg of the BimmaCup Caribbean series, and the Barbados Rally Carnival. Abby Hellier, Tiffany Donelan, Jani Ewinger and Dana Fletcher.
In this episode it’s just me… I get you up to speed on what’s been happening since my last rally adventure in the wet. Also a bit on the RallySafe system, and some tips on budgeting.  I’ve already blown my budget for the year, and there are still a few events left to do. RallySafe
Part 2 of my journey to do Rally Barbados 2020. In part 1, I did my first road event.  For part 2 it is my first rally.  Also happens to be evening into night.  Oh, and did I mention the impending Tropical Storm Karen?  All this added up to an eventful Saturday night out in the Bajan countryside. Irish cameraman Chris Hylands joined me in the co-driver’s seat, as he was here doing a piece on the BimmaCup. Watch this video on YouTube for added content. Follow Chris Hylands: Instagram Facebook HM Productions  
Ever wondered what it takes to do the biggest rally in the Caribbean? Well follow me along on my journey as I check an item off my bucket list… Rally Barbados 2020! In part 1, I show you what you need to get started in rallying. I then get my first taste of driving on a closed public road. Words can’t describe what an adrenaline rush that was! Nigel Reece (an experienced driver and co-driver) sat next to me and gave me some coaching. So useful!!! This podcast is meant to go along with a video on YouTube, as there is a lot of “show and tell”, which isn’t really possible with audio only. YouTube video  
My guest this episode is Orry Hunte.  Orry has the best job on the planet… as far as racers are concerned.  He teaches people how to drive… quickly! Have a listen as he takes us down memory lane on his experiences in the Richard Petty talent search, and working at Bushy Park Circuit on his return to Barbados.
Part 2 of the chat with Dave.  In this episode we move forward to rallying in the 90’s, and its split into special stage rallying and navigational rallying. If you haven’t listened to part 1 first, go here
I’m back after a bit of a sabbatical.  In this episode I chat with Dave Barnard.  Met his wife rallying.  He gives us some insights into rallying in Barbados and Trinidad back in the 70’s and 80’s.
The young Watson brothers – Logan and Rhett.  Coming from a family and childhood steeped in motorsport.  Rhett has represented Barbados (along with Dane Skeete) at the Race of Champions in 2014.  Competing amongst the best motorsport talent the world has to offer. Watson Racing on Facebook Watson Racing on Instagram
Multiple rally champions in different countries, the pair of Jeffrey Panton and Mike Fennell Jr are undoubtedly one of the top pairings in the Caribbean rally scene.  Jeffrey shares his views on Caribbean events, and the upcoming rule change on WRC vs R5 cars. Jeffrey Panton on Instagram
Justin did things backwards.  Started with rallying, then circuit racing, then karting.  I chose Justin for this interview because of the way he manages his brand presence and his ideas for giving back to the racing community. CRT on Facebook CRT on Instagram
Sol Rally Barbados and Flow King of the Hill (2019 editions) are almost upon us. I visited the base camp for M&M Racing and spoke with Roger Mayers.  We look back over a long career to date.  He shares why he no longer does circuit racing, and what the future holds for “de focus”. M&M Racing Team on Facebook
Trinbagonian David Coelho is no stranger to rallying in the region, but it all started at the circuit – on two wheels.
“Logic” tells us how he came from humble beginnings as an apprentice to local mechanics, to being a mechanic at a top WRC outfit. This one is for all the dreamers out there.  Proof that all things are possible once you set your mind to them. Hyundai Motorsport
Chatted with Trinidadian racer Ryan Peyrau.  Gave me some good insights into the motorsport scene in TnT. Ryan on Facebook Ryan on Instagram
Get ready for a great episode!  I sat down with Team T&C and got some insights as to how they ended up rallying in Barbados.
Dave and Zeko chat with me about the 4×4 scene in the Caribbean.  Off-Road Junkies (ORJ) are a fun group of guys, in it for the sport, camaraderie, and just having a good time! ORJ on Facebook ORJ on Instagram
In keeping with last week’s podcast on Karting, this week we have Zane Maloney. Zane started out in karting from 3 years old.  After some incredible results on the CIK circuit, Zane is now moving up to F4! Zane Maloney Racing on Facebook Zane Maloney on Instagram Zane Maloney YouTube channel
For the first time ever, there was a karting championship in the Caribbean.  Youngsters from Barbados, Guyana and Jamaica gathered at Bushy Park race track in Barbados for 6 rounds over 3 weekends, spanning 7 weeks.  Competitors and officials benefited greatly from official FIA training. CJKAT website
Sol Rally Barbados.  The undisputed heavyweight of Caribbean rallying.  Certainly punching above its weight and is considered a “must-do” event by all international visitors who have ever competed. In part 2, Neil Barnard, PRO of the Barbados Rally Club takes us through some of the changes we can expect to see in 2019. Sol Rally Barbados – Website | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter Barbados Rally Club – Website | Facebook | Instagram
Sol Rally Barbados.  The undisputed heavyweight of Caribbean rallying.  Certainly punching above its weight and is considered a “must-do” event by all international visitors who have ever competed. Neil Barnard, PRO of the Barbados Rally Club takes us through what it takes to pull off such a mammoth event. Sol Rally Barbados – Website | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter Barbados Rally Club – Website | Facebook | Instagram
Part 2 of our Bimma Cup coverage.  Sat down with Stuart White and Ryan Wood.  They talk about the evolution of the series, its expansion across the islands… and the Atlantic Ocean, and how you can even rent one. Follow Bimma Cup on Facebook
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Caribbean Motorsport Podcast
Podcast Status
Dec 31st, 2018
Latest Episode
Mar 7th, 2020
Release Period
2 per month
Avg. Episode Length
19 minutes

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