More than 40 rare and vintage race cars, many valued in the millions, arrived in Nassau from the U.S. and U.K. this weekend in anticipation of Bahamas Speed Week Revival.
Red Bull recently joined the elite team of official sponsors for the Bahamas Speed Week Revival through its distributor Bristol Wines & Spirits.
With at least $100 million worth of vintage cars arriving in Nassau, the event’s revival, more than 40 years in the making, represents a rekindling of an annual spectacle that could mean millions to the local tourism industry.
A man, accused of intentionally killing another man, said he was not aware that he had hit anyone with his car.
Victoria Burnett, in The New York Times, reports on the changes that are taking place in Cuba now that the government has published new rules allowing Cubans to buy and sell used vehicles freely for the first time in half a century.
With Bahamas Speed Week Revival just a little less than a month away, the international media buzz about the event is in high gear with magazine writers, daily and Sunday newspapers, radio, TV and online publication writers showing “extraordinary interest” in covering the five-day series of time trials, exhibitions and social events set to start November 30.
The proposed amendment to Section 56 of the current Road Traffic Act will “revolutionise” the way non-serious traffic crashes are handled in The Bahamas, Minister of National Security Tommy Turnquest said Wednesday.
A male pedestrian died as a result of serious injuries a short time after being hit by a truck, bringing the traffic fatality count to 22.
Officers from the Central Detective Unit are investigating the link between corrupt officials at the Road Traffic Department and second-hand car lots who they believe could have assisted in the resale of stolen vehicles on the island of New Providence.