Three years after the first revival of Bahamas Speed Week re-awakened the nation’s appetite for vintage auto racing, the government announced plans to build a major motorsports complex to be completed by 2016.
For my part, I believe the PLP exhibited an extreme lack of vision, as do most politicians who, IMHO, can see no further than their next re-election.
Continuing the U.S.-Bahamas partnership under the Caribbean Basin Security Initiative, United States Chargé d’Affaires John Dinkelman formally donated a 2014 Ford Expedition Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) to the Foreign Affairs and Immigration Ministry for use in Freeport.
After speeding around the capital last week, entrants and organizers from Bahamas Speed Week slowed down with an excursion to the luxurious Grand Isle Resort & Spa.
Speed Week 2013 officially begins today with an opening ceremony at Arawak Cay at 11:00am, followed by a welcome reception at Government House at 7:00pm.
Grand Isle, a luxurious development perched above Emerald Bay, will host a group of automotive enthusiasts on Monday, December 9th after the event in Nassau.
United States Chargé d’Affaires John Dinkelman and senior U.S. Embassy officials presented the Royal Bahamas Police Force with four new custom-made sport utility vehicles.
Bahamas Speed Week is delighted that five times Le Mans winner has agreed to be their 2013 Patron and for the first time in nearly 50 years, racing will re-turn to Nassau.
Women drivers are being targeted by four armed men who are causing traffic accidents then robbing the motorists.