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Bajan driver in World Racing League


Added 15 January 2020


Barbadian Christian Hinds entered Group 2 of the World Racing League of America at the wheel of a Toyota FT86. (GP)

Barbadian driver Christian Hinds will take on the competition in Group 2 of the World Racing League (WRL) of America this season.

Hinds, a former Barbados Karting Association (BKA) champion driver, completed his first year in the WRL in group four and is looking forward to the new season.

And he has acquired a Toyota86 after a successful debut in High Plains Raceway, Colorado last year.

The WRL is America’s premier amateur endurance racing series, created to offer racers a pro-level experience on an amateur racer’s budget and fills the gap between entry-level budget series and pro racing. It’s a “club level” series where motorsports enthusiasts can race virtually any properly prepped car in real endurance races lasting eight to 24 hours, and enjoy all of the challenges and strategies involved. (TT)

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