KINGSTON, Jamaica —Two bodies were fished from the Kingston Harbour today, the police have confirmed.
Reports are that they are believed to have drowned however it is too early to say, the police source told the Observer.
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FANS expecting race-car driver Douglas Gore's return on Heroes' weekend at Dover Raceway in St Ann will be disappointed as he will not be in attendance.
According to Gore, repairs to his ATL-sponsored Audi TT-R would not be completed in time for the event. He said the vehicle may be back in Jamaica on November 9.
"I'd like to apologise to my fans that expected me to be at this Dover meet. I also want to thank my sponsors for hanging with me... But I told the ABT [the German repairers] guys that it didn't make sense to return the car the same way," Gore told Auto.
In May, the Audi TT-R was involved in an accident requiring it to return to Germany for repairs from its builders, Team ABT Sportsline.
"ABT had a request from one of its European customers to upgrade the body style from the original MK1 TT, to the newest shape, and they offered it to us as well," Gore explained.
The major change will be visual as the Audi TT-R will now have the shape of the street-legal Audi TT.
The upgrades are not just about appearance, as the change will come with significant aerodynamic advantages and a revised suspension system.
"It's also going to come back more powerful. We noticed an engine issue in our last few races and ABT was able to diagnose, solve, and advise us on how to stop its reoccurrence," Gore said, adding the engine was sent to United Kingdom Engine Developments Ltd — better known as Judd — to be overhauled and retuned.
Gore said given the modifications, he will have to be retrained to handle the vehicle.
"I'm still headed to Germany to be trained on the new upgrades. Once that's completed, the car and I will be back stronger and better for the 2013 Dover season," he said.
A view of Doug Gore’s ATL-sponsored Audi moments after it
was involved in a collision at Dover Raceway in St Ann.
Onlookers jostle to take pictures of the ATL-sponsored
Audi before it is removed by the wrecker from the
Dover Raceway venue in St Ann.
The Audi DTM TT-R has undergone a comprehensive refresh programme in the
workshops of its original builder Team ABT Sportsline of Germany.
A disappointed Doug Gore after the mishap in May of this year.
Gore’s car will undergo ‘cosmetic surgery’ to look like the current generation Audi TT.
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