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Ready For Sunday!

// April 19th, 2012 // No Comments » // Dmitri's racing news, Dmitri's racing news

Team DM3 LogoIt is my pleasure to announce that I will be competing in JMMC Dexterity #3 this Sunday in Portmore. Please see flier below:

JMMC Dexterity #3 Flier

 

This season I plan to compete in the full series,

totalling 7 events. I would like to thank

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my partners for the series: MC Systems, Brand New Machine and Chilitos Mexican for their support.

Follow the updates using #TeamDM3 on Twitter. We will also be updating via Facebook: http://facebook.com/dmitridawkins . Thanks for all the support. See you all Sunday!

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BNM – Ready Set GO!

// April 17th, 2012 // No Comments » // Dmitri's racing news, Dmitri's racing news

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this Wednesday for BNM – Ready, Set, Go! Brand New Machine, the hosts of this event are official sponsors of my Race Around Jamaica 2012 Campaign. As part of the Campaign I will be entering Dexterity events around the island starting April 22nd to win the National Championship. More Details to come after the Launch.

FB event link: https://www.facebook.com/events/312374395502600/

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// April 17th, 2012 // 2 Comments » // Dmitri's racing news, Dmitri's racing news

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Updates Updates!

// March 12th, 2012 // No Comments » // Cool Stuff, Dmitri's racing news, Life, Technology

So this blog has pretty much been a ghost town for a while. That’s both good and bad. Good because I have been too busy to update it. Bad because I have been too busy to update it.

What’s new?

Well several things. This should probably be broken into several posts but……. well maybe I will do that later.

In January we successfully had Slash Roots Developers Conference, which is also the Developing Caribbean Open Data Conference. This was held simultaneously in Jamaica, Trinidad and The Dominican Republic. Check the details at http://developingcaribbean.org Much props to the organising team and MSB for pulling off this event.

February brought many challenges. In the space of one month I lost my Grand Aunt and Grandfather. Very difficult time. I think I will have to do several posts on this. Both of them achieved great things technically and introduced technology to Jamaica. But most importantly they are family and friends.

During this process I was also reminded of the lesson to keep the balls juggling. I nearly lost a major customer due to things falling behind during this difficult time. Lesson learned. No man is an island, we all need help and we all need to appreciate those who help us. Also communication with customers is key.

March so far has been very busy, not much I can speak about due to NDA’s. However I can tell you I was invited to lecture at UTech on March 5 and 8 on innovation and how it promotes entrepreneurship. Much thanks to Lisa Shaw for inviting me, I had a blast interfacing with the third and final year students. So many students planned to start their own business and some even shared their ideas with me. Really cool stuff, right here in Jamaica. Look out world!

Big event for March so far was rolling during a rally on March 4. I was co-driving for Thomas Hall in his Toyota Starlet. Basically we went around the corner sliding a little wide, the back tyre caught a rock and we started the tumble. Thankfully we are both fine with no injuries. Thomas is trying to get the car repaired for the next event. In the mean time we have to buy new safety gear. Photo below:

Sorry about the long read. I have installed the WordPress app on my tablet. Will try doing some shorter, more frequent updates for the rest of the year. In the mean time, live long and prosper!

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JMMC Sprint #4, Spot Valley

// August 30th, 2010 // 2 Comments » // Dmitri's racing news

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Quick photo of my race shoes and armband

Yesterday marked a huge milestone in my racing career. Not only was it the first time driving in a high speed motorsport event in over 2 years, but also the first time I have ever come last. Yes, last. Why am I writing about this since I came last? Because there is an important lesson to be learned from the experience. I will not get into the details of the car trouble that I had with the car, or the fact that it was the slowest car there, or that it had on worn tyres and it was my first time driving it. What I will get into is the fact that racing is all about passion, experience and skill.

First of all I would like to thank Mark March, who shared his Spot Valley Entertainment Complex sponsored Toyota Corolla FX with me. 3 weeks ago Spot Valley invited myself and some other racers to come and checkout the changes they were making to their grounds to provide the best dirt/gravel racing experience in Jamaica. The Complex now boasts two dirt tracks, which will be joined and extended for a super time attack later in the year. After attending the preview event I knew I wanted to compete in all of Spot Valley’s 2010 events. Mark kindly invited me to share cars with him, so I could compete in this the first dirt sprint of the season.

Dmitri Dawkins in Spot Valley Toyota Corolla FX

Photo By Sean Campbell

The whole aim was to have fun, which I did. It was great racing again, especially on dirt, which is my favourite, can you say sideways? The slow car allowed me to not have to use brakes, which I totally forgot about 3/4 ways through the track in my first run, resulting in my going wide in a corner carrying too much speed, losing valuable time. In my second run I now had an idea of what the car was like and pushed it even harder, however the car engine sputtered due to an electrical short for a portion of the track, I still managed to shave 10 seconds off the initial time. By the time my third run came around, the rain was pouring, the track was now waterlogged and the half dead snow tyres on the car just couldn’t find any grip. It was interesting learning what it felt like to drive 50+mph on a wet marl track though. Most competitors didn’t dare venture on to the track after it started raining, I loved it though, very rarely do you get such an experience.

As I said, it’s the first

time I have come last in an event. I am used to entering with the slowest car, but never have I come last before. Regardless, I want to race even more now. Before the recession, around 50 supporters donated money towards

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I am looking forward to the next event! Will keep you updated!

P.S. Thanks to my friends and family who drove down to Montego Bay for support!

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