CONSISTENCY PAYS OFF FOR BANKFIN OFF-ROAD CHAMPIONSHIP CREWS Consistency had its reward for two crews during a long and arduous Bankfin Off-Road Championship.
Rookie crew Nic Goslar and Glen Steyn were the toast of the O’Hagan’s / Kopanong Hotel Superteam after the Carnival City Casino 400, the final event of the Bankfin Off-Road Championship, on the East Rand over the weekend.
Nissan Motorsport’s domination of the Bankfin Off-Road Championship continued today with a double triumph on the Carnival City Casino 400, the final event of the series, on the East Rand.
The multi-million rand Bridgestone Zwartkops International Kart Raceway will host its first race meeting on Saturday (7 December), with free entry for spectators.
TACTICAL DILEMMAS FOR BANKFIN OFF-ROAD TITLE CONTENDERS
Nissan Motorsport supremo Glyn Hall could find himself on the horns of a dilemma at the Carnival City Casino 400, final round of the Bankfin Off-Road Championship, on Friday and Saturday.
Johan Fourie (Sasol DualFuel Astra V8) won the 2002 WesBank Samcar and S.A. Drivers’ Championships with a first and second, while Phillip Kekana (Sasol DualFuel Toyota Tazz) clinched the S.A. Production Car Class D title in the final round of the Vodacom Power Tour at A.A. Kyalami on Saturday (23 November), to give Sasol no fewer than 9 National Championship titles this year – three in circuit racing and six in rallying.
S.A. Superbike “hotshot” privateer Suzuki rider, Graeme van Breda, was last night named as the 2002 Sasol SAGMJ “Top Gun” of the Year, winning R15 000 in prize money and a handsome trophy from Sasol.
SUPERVAN FIRED UP FOR OFF-ROAD FINALE
High Noon has arrived for championship contenders in this year’s Bankfin Off-Road Championship and the final event of the season, the Carnival City Casino 400 on Friday and Saturday,