JRDC chairman sees growth despite absence of Thundersport stars

Voice of JRDC chairman Junior Barnes

Jamaica Race Drivers’ Club (JRDC) chairman Junior Barnes says he views the departure of some of the top drivers from the Thundersport 2 Class of local circuit racing as a step in the right direction for the sport locally.

Last year Senna Summberbell, Kyle Gregg, and William Myers lit up the Dover Raceway in the fastest class, but none of those drivers have featured so far this season.

However, Barnes doesn't look at their departures as losses for the sport, but rather opportunities for them to develop further.

Gregg will be racing in Barbados soon, while Summerbell is competing in Canada.

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