Motorite Racing, the motor sport division of Motorite Insurance Administrators, the largest independent mechanical breakdown insurance and full maintenance plan service provider and administrator in South Africa, will contest both the national off road and rally championships in 2008.
Fish River Sun – Castrol Toyota factory pair Mark Cronje/Chris Birkin and Ford privateers Manfred Schroder/Ward Huxtable shared the Production Vehicle spoils today on the prologue for tomorrow’s Amathole 500.
The 2006 ABSA Off Road series drew to a close at the Ford Carnival City 400 on November 17 and 18 and ended on a high note for Team Ford Racing with Neil Woolridge and Kenny Skjoldhammer clinching the SP Class title.
Castrol Toyota Hilux pair Bevan Bertholdt and Robin Houghton provided Toyota with a dream result today when they won the Production Vehicle category on a wet and muddy Ford Carnival City 400.
The 2006 ABSA Off Road series draws to a close at the Ford Carnival City 400. Team Ford Racing will be going all out to end the season in blaze of glory. The Ford sponsored event has been kind to the team in the past and should once again provide a thrilling finale.
Toyota factory and privateer teams will be going all out to finish the season on a high note on the Ford Carnival City 400, the final event in the Absa Off Road Championship, on November 17 and 18.
Nissan Motorsport, with its sixth successive drivers’ and co-drivers’ championships already secured at the last event, the Toyota Dealer 400 in Mpumalanga in October, has its sights set on a sixth successive manufacturers’ championship when the Absa Off Road Championship wraps up for the year at the Carnival City 400 in Gauteng on Friday and Saturday (November 17 and 18).
Perennial rivals Toyota and Nissan will square up to each other again in the Production Vehicle category at the final round of the Absa Off Road Championship, the Ford Carnival City 400, on November 17 and 18.
Nissan entries dominated the Production Vehicle category prologue for the Toyota Dealer 400, the penultimate round of the Absa Off Road Championship, to be run in the Lydenburg area tomorrow.
Two sets of highly experienced former South African champions will go head to head on the Toyota Dealer 400 on October 27 and 28, the penultimate round of the Absa Off Road Championship, in a clash that could decide the destiny of the Production Vehicle overall and Super Production Class championships.