Mr Solo’s Ken Charles entered into Guinness World Records


    Mr Solo driver, Ken Charles, has officially been recognized by Guinness World Records as the oldest professional powerboat racer.

    The T&T racer, a mainstay of the Great Race since its inception in 1970, was verified as being 75 years and 17 days old when he took part in last year’s race on August 17th.

    Mr Charles is yet another Trinidad and Tobago national to cement a place in the record book.

    Others to have their names etched into history are Brian Lara (most runs in Test and First Class innings), Shemika Campbell (a three-time limbo record holder), Rhonda John-Davis (most Netball World Cup competition appearances) and Martin Drayton (fast time to skateboard 50 cones slalom).