THIS Sunday's Jamaica Karting Association (JKA) race meet at Palisadoes International Raceway in Kingston, will boast another charity demonstration race featuring Miss Jamaica World contestants.
"They're going full out this time, with a pre-final at lunchtime and have their final after the last race of the day," Neil Williams, JKA president, told Auto.
In addition, karting fans will also have a great day of competition as several of the country's top racers have returned from overseas. Neil expects the Rotax Seniors to be a battleground as it will see several former class champions take to the circuit.
"We will have Collin Daley Jnr, Phillip and William Myers, Matthew Williams, and Fraser McConnell in that class."
The other classes will see the return of Joshua and Justin Sirgany, and Thomas Issa. All three have been completing an international programme in preparation for the Rotax World Championships in November, and performing successfully. Issa and more recently, Justin Sirgany, have secured their placing. Joshua is attempting to do so.
"Last year, we took two Jamaicans to the Rotax World Championships in Europe. This year we already have two in and Joshua still has a chance to make it three," added Williams.