Forget Tokyo drift!
The real thrills and near spills raced through the carpark of the Wildey Gymnasium, as the Cave Hill campus’ KadUWIval activities rolled into Christ Church.
Though intermittent rains delayed things, car enthusiasts rallied through the showers to watch more than 10 drivers manoeuvre several dexterity displays. The show got started around 9:15 p.m.
The sizeable audience also got to take a look at the “souped-up” cars on display, as well as motorcycle stunts.
Tuesday night’s festivities winded down with a car “sound off”, a competition that pitted car stereo systems against each other.
KadUWIval will keep rolling with a bang, with the staging of two calypso competitions. (LW)
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