With just one more month to go before the engines are accelerated and the South Dakota Circuit come alive once more, the Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club (GMR&SC) “Ignite” race meet has been boosted by two more formidable sponsors.The highly-anticipated race meet slated for November 10 and 11 will be the homestretch of the Seaboard Marine Caribbean Motor Racing Championships (CMRC) 2018. The meet, which is being hosted in collaboration with the Business Ministry’s Department of Tourism, will see participation from racers in the US, Canada, Europe, Jamaica, Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago.Seeing that they still had time to be a part of the motor racing action, oil and gas giant ExxonMobil and insurance pioneer Hand-in-Hand have thrown their support behind the event.Over at its New Market Street location, ExxonMobil’s Community Relations and Communications Manager Nicholas Yearwood handed over the sponsorship cheque to GMR&SC’s Sherry Gonsalves.Meanwhile, at Hand-in-Hand’s Avenue of the Republic office, the company’s Business Development Manager, Savita Singh presented GMR&SC’s Saurica Singh with its sponsorship donation.Singh noted that the insurance giant was elated to be part of such an exciting venture. Additionally, she explained that she was eager to attend the races which are quickly becoming a calendar event in Guyana.Also on board for the weekend of races are Miracle Opticle, Stag Beer, GUYOIL, Ramada Hotel, GBTI, Air Services Limited, BM Soat, Club 704, SuperBet, Mohamed’s Enterprise, Survival Supermarket, Noble House Seafoods, Palm Court, and KGM Security Service.The November weekend’s activities will feature Groups 1-5 as well as the Superstocks and SR3 radicals. In addition to this, there will be local clashes on show, which will involve Superstock motorcycles. Tickets for the “Ignite” race meet are currently on sale at the GMR&SC office on Thomas Lands. Adult tickets are priced at $2500, while children’s are $1000.