The Castrol Toyota works team strengthened its hold on the Donaldson Cross Country championship at this weekend’s Vryburg 400 when both Hiluxes finished ahead of… Read more →
The Ford Racing team had a dream start to the Donaldson Cross Country Championship this weekend when Lance Woolridge and Ward Huxtable led team-mates and… Read more →
Frenchman Stéphane Peterhansel captured his 11th Dakar Rally title on Saturday when he finished the 14th and final stage of this year’s event – a 346… Read more →
Qatari Nasser Al-Attiyah and Spaniard Lucas Cruz won their second consecutive stage on the Dakar’s fourth special from Nazca to Arequipa yesterday. The hostile terrain… Read more →
Yesterday’s second stage was the first real test of this year’s Dakar, giving competitors a taste of what is yet to come in the following… Read more →
Ford Racing duo and former champions Chris Visser and Japie Badenhorst kept their championship hopes alive when they finished ahead of the rest of the field at the 4×4 Mega World 400, round six of the Absa Off-Road Championship, on Saturday.
Gauteng locals Christian du Plooy and Henk Janse van Vuuren achieved their maiden win in the Production Vehicle formula of the National off-road championship at fifth round of the season, the Sun City 400, over the weekend.
The Team Castrol Toyota crews of Duncan Vos and Rob Howie, and Anthony Taylor and Chris Birking broke a 13 year curse of Toyota not being able to win at its home event – the Toyota Kalahari Botswana 1000 Desert Race – on the weekend as they cruised to a 1-2 finish and cemented their stranglehold on the championship.
Former South African champions Duncan Vos Rob Howie clinched their second win in the ABSA Off Road championship.
It was a good weekend for Toyota Motorsport as the outfit won in Mpumalanga at the Toyota Dealer 400 when Duncan Vos and Rob Howie eclipsed the competition and broke the decade-long drought that last saw the team take the spoils of victory at a home event at the Toyota Desert Race of 1999 – which was held in Botswana.