We have noted the letter titled ‘Save Pinnacle for RasTafari’ which was published in your newspaper on Thursday, December 05, 2013.
In reference to Pinnacle (located within the De la Vega Heights development) the writer stated “the Jamaican State has made the site a national heritage site, ...more »
ATL-sponsored racer Natasha 'Chiney Dolly' Chang put up a commendable performance in the recently concluded Independence of Speed meet at the Dover Raceway in St Ann.
Supported by throngs of ATL supporters and fans, Chang finished second twice in her Modified Production One (MP1) class and her 'speed machine' also copped the 'Meet Sexy' Award.
Here are a few scenes.
Natasha Chang (second right) takes time out for a photo op with young Jonas
McDonnough, Remy Kai Pottinger and Simon Davis at the recent Independence
of Speed meet at the Dover Raceway in St Ann recently.
Team ATL’s Stayce Ingram wears her
badge of support on her shoulder.
Michaelann Denton is all smiles for
the camera at the Dover Raceway’s
Independence of Speed Meet in
St Ann recently.
Nicola Williams displays her true colours
on her face.
Natasha ‘Chiney Dolly’
Chang, gives the
thumbs up beside her
car and trophies at the
prize-giving ceremony for
the Independence of Speed
meet at the Jamaica
Pegasus recently. Chang
finished second twice in
the Modified Production
One (MP1) class at the Dover
Raceway meet in St Ann. Her
spruced-up Honda Civic was
also chosen the ‘Meet Sexy’
car. (Photo: Alty Benjamin)
Natasha Chang is all smiles as she
collects one of three trophies for the
evening. (Photos: Alty Benjamin)
Adam Stewart, CEO of ATL Group and Sandals Resort, speaks with ATL-sponsored driver Natasha Chang at the
Dover Raceway meet in St Ann recently.
Adam Stewart, CEO of ATL Group and Sandals Resort,
strikes a pose with Judith Denton, marketing and
communications manager at ATL Automotive Ltd.
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