Team Mohamed’s has once again demonstrated its power and endurance when the Guyana Motor Racing and Sport Club (GMR&SC) hosted its 3rd Edition of King of the Strips at the South Dakota Circuit on Sunday.Team Mohamed’s owner, Azzrudin Mohamed posed with his team membersWith an excellent performance on Sunday, Team Mohamed remains on course for the drag racing throne. The team’s GTR did not disappoint as they treated spectators to two high –powered drags.Poised at retaining the Caribbean Motor Racing Championship (CMRC) Super Bike title, Team Mohamed’s owner, Azzrudin Mohamed was drenched in delight while noting his team always delivers. He added that his team is committed to stay on top both here in Guyana and in the Caribbean.The GTR ‘Goliath’ during the dragsMohamed noted his disappointment in the now show by Shawn Persaud in the finals but was satisfied that his team was able to impress the fans and give them their money’s worth.However, in the unlimited class final Shawn Persaud and his Toyota Caldina failed to take to the starting line due to circumstances beyond their control thus giving Terrence Cox with his GTR ‘Goliath’ an automatic victory.Nevertheless, Randel Daby was unmatched in the nine-second class but was not competition for the GTR ‘Goliath’ in the final exhibition race of the day.On the other hand, Damion Persuad defended his 10-second class in his Toyota Caldina. Other winners include, Chet Singh who took the win in the 11-second class; Pierre Singh in the 12-second class and Narindradutt Mangar in the 13-second class.Balram Ramdeo took top honours in the 14-second class. Akram Subhan was the winner in the 15-second class.