Digicel Grand Prix aiming at world-class delivery - Bruce James

By February 06, 2019
Bruce James Bruce James

The Digicel Grand Prix begins in just 10 days and there are improvements the meet organisers want to make. Bruce James explains some of them.

Paul-Andre Walker

Paul-Andre is the Managing Editor at SportsMax.tv. He comes to the role with almost 20 years of experience as journalist. That experience includes all facets of media. He began as a sports Journalist in 2001, quickly moving into radio, where he was an editor before becoming a news editor and then an entertainment editor with one of the biggest media houses in the Caribbean.

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