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    November 17

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Dragsters, drifters going Full Throttle today


Added 22 June 2019


Men at work: From left, body specialist Adrian Sealy, driver Chad Bishop, torchman Raphael Roberts, mechanic Jason Johnson and Kemar Howard putting the finishing touches to ‘Snow White’, the Nissan Sunny for its assault on the eight seconds time bracket on Sunday. (Picture by Trevor Thorpe)

Records could go by the board today at Bushy Park.

It will be Full Throttle 3, a day/night event organised by the Barbados Association of Dragsters and Drifters (BADD) and has attracted 28 dragsters and one drifter, Jerun White.

But Steve Bruce, who once held the 1/8 of a mile drag race record, says he and his works crew, “Hospital Boyz” are following a dream and nothing can stop them setting a new record in the five seconds category this year.

With the support of Seawell Automotive Centre, Seawell Fitness Centre and Total Oils, Bruce said it is going to be a straight fight between his crew and that of the Speed Shop Boys, led by another fast man, Robert Bishop, who will be at the wheel of the Nissan Skyline GTR.

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