On the 17th of September, a few kilometers away from the Udawalawe National Park, Walawe Super cross 2017” organized by Sri Lanka Electrical & Mechanical Engineering Regiment (SLEME) & The Sri Lanka Motor Cycle Club (SLMCC) will conduct the 7th edition of the Walawe Supercross.
All proceeds from the event will be directed towards the wellbeing of the families of the fallen heroes of SLEME and the welfare of the regiments current and the disabled soldiers.
Race driver Pasindu Peiris, a leading driver who competes in the SL GT Cars upto 3500cc event, will be making a comeback to the gravel tracks at the Walawe Supercross. Peiris was involved in one of the worst car crashes witnessed in the recent years at the Commando Supercross in Kuda Oya this July and has not competed since.
Sewanagala, a unique track in the Island’s racing circuit, will see over 145 drivers and riders competing at 11 car events and 13 motor cycle final events on the 17th of September with the timing races to be held on the 16th of September.
Sewanagala race track is a track that runs clockwise whereas many of the Island’s tracks run anticlockwise. This track offers a different challenge to all the participants with two tricky corners where only the brave fancy a swerve.
Walawe Supercross, which is fast becoming a favorite amongst the competitors & fans alike, has seen some of the island’s well-known names in motor racing involved in spine tingling races that have thrilled the crowds.
This year the organizers have made arrangements for the fans who gather at the event to win fabulous prizes through a live raffle draw at the event.
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