Feb 20, 4 years ago

SLAS Release Annual Calendar

SLAS Release Annual Calendar

Sri Lanka Automobile Sports (SLAS), the National Controlling Body for automobile sports, officially released their annual event calendar for the year 2015.

According to the new calendar, ten out of 29 motor sports events conducted by five different clubs affiliated to the SLAS, have been slashed due to various reasons.

The most celebrated motor sport event held annually in Diyatalawa organized by SLADA was forced to be taken off after the event dates clashed with the Nuwara Eliya Road Race conducted by the Sri Lanka Motor Cycle Club (SLMCC).

Upulwan Serasinghe, Assistant Treausure of SLADA said: “We are the first club who gives the event dates on time for their event calendar, but now they are saying dates are clashing with other events.”

The Fox Hill event has been scheduled to be held on 17 and 18 April, and Nuwara Eliya road race on 18 and 19 April. For the first time Sri Lanka’s senior drivers made a request (with their signatures) to reconsider the Fox Hill date issue.

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