Tropical Shipping pleased to support prestigious ENet Caribbean Clash of Champions

Tropical Shipping has once again demonstrated its commitment to Caribbean motorsports by supporting the ENet Caribbean Clash of Champions, which it described “as the most prestigious motor-racing event since the pandemic.”

The event is set for November 4-5 at the South Dakota Circuit, bringing together top drivers and riders from Guyana, the Caribbean, North America and the UK.

Tropical Shipping is the event’s logistics sponsor again, supporting the shipment of cars from all over the region to Guyana and back. The company is proud to support this major entertainment for local families that also provides a boost to Guyana’s tourism.

“Tropical Shipping is a true community partner to the regions we serve, and we’re proud to help bring back this race to its pre-COVID glory,” said Tropical Shipping Guyana Manager Glenis Hodge.

“Providing a logistics solution for racers, which allows for more participation and, the bigger the event, the closer we are to Guyana becoming known, not only for its natural resources, but as a destination for sports tourism and entertainment which would contribute to building the economy. Further, we are also dedicated to raising awareness about safe driving and promoting responsible behaviour on and off the track.”

Guyanese biker Kevin Persaud rides pass a Tropical Shipping container in the pits at South Dakota Circuit (Photo: GT Tuners)

Tropical Shipping has been a longtime sponsor of the Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club (GMR&SC).

Based in West Palm Beach, Florida, Tropical Shipping provides a dedicated weekly service with a seven-day transit time to Guyana and is the leading shipping company serving the Caribbean.

Its other services include small package, Full-Container-Load (FCL), refrigerated and consolidated shipping.

Tropical Shipping is known for its reliability, good customer communication, and strong community partnerships.

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Massive support


PARTNERS: Tropical Shipping, AJM Enterprise, Massy Motors, Secure Innovations and Concepts Inc., Prem’s Electrical, Torginol Paints Inc. and AmCham Guyana

SPONSORS: B.M. Soat Auto Sales and Rentals, Automotive Arts, ECV Investments Limited, Stamina Energy, SBM Offshore, Hand-in-Hand Mutual Fire and Life Insurance Companies, John Fernandes, Cyril’s Transportation Service, SOL, Precision Service Centre, Demerara Bank Limited, SVC Inc., Jeep, Tradewind Automotive Inc., Reliance Inc., KOBELCO, Agri Heavy Machinery Inc., Nabi Construction, Readymix and MG

MEDIA: News Room, HJ 94.1 FM, Ogle + Stone, NCN, Boost High Octane, NTN Radio and Television and Impressions.

Race fans can expect a day filled with high-speed action, nail-biting competition, and unforgettable moments.

This event is a must-attend for anyone passionate about motorsport and looking for a thrilling day at the racetrack.

Race weekend gets underway on Saturday with free practice from 10:00h to noon, followed by qualifying from 13:00h to 17:00h.

15 races are carded from Sunday, starting at 11:00h, with rivalry in Group 4, Group 3, Group 2, Starlet Cup, Sports Tuner, Street Tuner and Super Stock and Super Sport bikes.