New Kia fleet for ATL

Monday, April, 15 2019    

Appliance Traders Limited (ATL) Deputy Chairman Adam Stewart (third left) with members of the ATL Montego Bay team (from left) Winston Simpson, regional technical supervisor; Andre Williams, senior technician; Bradford Wong, branch manager; Adrian Irving, senior technician; and Christopher... Read More

Offroading on the Farm reaping success

BY RORY DALEY Observer writer | Friday, April, 12 2019    

OFFROADING on the Farm: Stage 3 held at Brighton River in St Elizabeth on Sunday was the biggest of the fledgling competition to date. The series began July last year. Read More

JAA academy creating safer drivers

Friday, April, 12 2019    

Learner drivers can acquire competent road safety skills, in addition to the requirements for passing their driving tests, at the Jamaica Automobile Association (JAA) Driving Academy, says Lundie Martin, driving school coordinator. Read More

J'cans win Rally T&T

BY RORY DALEY Observer writer | Friday, April, 12 2019    

JAMAICA'S Kyle Gregg and co-driver Marcia Dawes were the toast of Rally Trinidad held in the twin island republic last weekend. They were part of a five-team contingent dubbed Team Jamaica. Gregg, 30, said he was elated at his first rally victory. Read More

Offroading was spot on

Friday, April, 12 2019    

The rustic Brighton River in St Elizabeth served as the ideal location for Off-roading On The Farm: Stage 3 last Sunday. The occasion not only brought out the four-wheel-drive trucks, but quite a number of lovely females. Read More

BMW 3 Series

By Rory Daley Observer writer | Friday, April, 5 2019    

THE rooftop of ATL Automotive's state-of-the-art Lady Musgrave Road showroom in St Andrew was the venue for last Saturday's unveiling of the 2020 BMW 3 series. Read More

Students call for safe school zones

Friday, April, 5 2019    

Corporate Area high school students are lobbying for safe school zones, which they say would involve expanding the number of pedestrian crossings and increasing police presence/patrols in these zones. Read More

Sheer elegance

Friday, April, 5 2019    

It was an evening of sheer elegance when ATL Automotive, local dealers for luxury brand BMW, unveiled the 2020 3 series sedan at their Lady Musgrave Road showroom in St Andrew last Saturday.Auto was there to capture the excitement. Read More

Karting season begins with a bang

BY RORY DALEY Observer writer | Friday, March, 29 2019    

IT was a much faster start for the Jamaica Karting Association (JKA) 2019 championship season at the Palisadoes International Raceway in K Kingston last Sunday, as the teams began using their new 30-hp Rotax Evo engines. Read More

Ja to invade Trinidad

Friday, March, 29 2019    

FIVE Jamaican rally crews will head to Rally Trinidad next week to compete in the event scheduled for April 5 — 7.The announcement was make at a press launch held last Wednesday at the Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston. Read More

Classics take over Mandeville

BY RORY DALEY Observer writer | Friday, March, 29 2019    

The Jamaica Classic Car Club's (JCCC) annual trek to Manchester last Sunday continued to prove itself as a highlight with one of the largest showings in the club's history and the best outing for the year so far. Read More

PHOTO FINISH - Red with envy

Friday, March, 29 2019    

Model Gabriella Black gets cosy with this fire red, sporty 1970 MGB at Hope Gardens in St Andrew recently. Read More

Motorsports to get Gov't boost

By Rory Daley Observer writer | Friday, March, 29 2019    

JAMAICA'S Government has pledged to assist motorsports sector in order for it to attract international racers to our shores. The announcement was made at a send off for five rally teams at the Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston on Wednesday. Read More

Island Traffic Authority empowered to suspend licences for road violations

Monday, March, 25 2019    

DIRECTOR of the Road Safety Unit in the Ministry of Transport and Mining Kenute Hare says the new Road Safety Act better empowers the Island Traffic Authority in ensuring safety on the roadways in order to reduce injuries and deaths from crashes. Read More

Classics set for Mandeville

BY RORY DALEY Observer senior writer | Friday, March, 22 2019    

The Jamaica Classic Car Club (JCCC) will make its annual trek to the cool hills of Mandeville, Manchester, on Sunday. For members in Kingston, the meeting point will be at Sovereign on the Boulevard in St Andrew at 10:00 am. Read More


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