Double Dose, many winners

Published: Sunday | February 26, 2012 Comments 0
Shamaro Smith with his trophy for Best Paint Job, done by Audiopro with Tigani Hemmings as the spray man.- Photo by Mel Cooke
Shamaro Smith with his trophy for Best Paint Job, done by Audiopro with Tigani Hemmings as the spray man.- Photo by Mel Cooke
This Nissan was a hot item.
This Nissan was a hot item.

Ash Wednesday's 'Double Dose' car show at the UDC Car Park, New Kingston, had a gladiatorial air, complete with spectators gathered around the competitors' arena and wild cheers for favourites.

In this case, though, the defeated drivers were not dragged away and sawdust applied to the oil slicks of 'also ran' motor vehicles, although, after each winner was announced, the other participants drove their vehicles out of the rectangle cordoned off by guard rails. And at least one loser showed his emotions on leaving, sending persons scurrying from the railings as the dust thrown up by the tyres of his Nissan Skyline clouded the air.

the winners

When the dust of competition settled, the winners were:

Best of the Show - Nickardo Daley (Porsche Panamera)

Best Honda - Andrew Morgan

Best Rims and Tyres - Unique Rides

Best Old School - Roger Maxwell

Best Interior - Andre Royes

Hottest Mercedes - Eti Fraser

Best Paint Job - Shamaro Smith

Best Engine Bay - Robert Livingston

Lowest Ride - Careem Mullings

Hottest Scion - Careem Mullings

Best in-car Entertainment - Kenute Dennis

Best Mitsubishi - Rayan Goulbourne (1st place), Eddie Bond, Team Stainless (2nd place)

Best BMW - Unique Rides

Best Female Ride - Tiffany 'Pinky Trouble' McDaniel

Best Nissan - Tiffany McDaniel

Car Stereo Competition - Andrew Bichard (1st place, 2000 Honda CR-V), DJ Archie (2nd place, 2001 Toyota Hilux Surf)

The competition apart, car enthusiasts looked through the many vehicles on display, with quite a few for sale. Music thumped from the mobile sound systems on hand and, in the ring, short shorts-clad ladies added their own dancing touch to the Double Dose action.

Sponsors of the show included Fone Solution, Petcom, Superior Parts Ltd, Tyre Warehouse, Syntek Atreme Fuel, Stash Couture and Lee-Sing Concepts.

- MC







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