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Smokin' Wheels returns this weekend

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by Jolene Toves

Guam - It's set to be a smokin' weekend at the Guam International Raceway as the annual Smokin' Wheels event is set to take off. And while the event will feature a lot of racing, drifting and off-roading, you can also expect a lot of barbeque with the accompanying Jack Daniel's Smokin' Grills Event.

IWS marketing director James Castro explains this year's competition, saying, "The first time I judged the Smokin' Grills I was amazed by the type of flavors and recipes these chefs were able to bring to the table it's amazing When you come to Smokin' Grills, you have a chance to experience that and take a little of the flavors everything from basil to coconut milk, it's just amazing."

The competition will feature prizes for the best barbeque chicken, pork and the Jack Daniel's Beef Challenge. Entries will be judged on appearance, tenderness and texture and taste. The Smokin' Wheels event is set for this Friday, Saturday and Sunday with the Smokin' Grills Competition solely on Sunday.

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