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Killarney was the scene of some celebration during the eighth and penultimate round of the Wesbank Super Series as a few championships were settled at the weekend, while others will be decided at the season finale at Kyalami in Gauteng.
The national racing circus that is the Wesbank Super Series returned to Zwartkops in Gauteng for a third time for round seven of the racing series this weekend, as the season headed into its final third.
The national racing circus’s first and only visit to the Free State this year provided breathed new life in the various formulae thanks to the faces that secured top finishes at Phakisa at the weekend.
There were many good performers at Zwartkops raceway in Pretoria this weekend, but none so stellar as Sasol Subaru driver Hennie Groenewald, who commanded class A of the Bridgstone Production Car Championship with a clean sweep of the three heats – significantly boosting his championship hopes.
The national racing circus that is the Wesbank Super Series visited the “friendly city” of Port Elizabeth this weekend as the classes to did battle at Aldo Scribante for the first and only time this season. As always, the racing didn’t disappoint.
There was no lack of enthusiasm in what was once again a strong field of competitors in seven national championship formulas when the Wesbank Super Series got off to a brilliant start at Zwartkops Raceway over the weekend.
Racers reached the mid-way point of the nine race 2011 season.
For the second race meeting in a row former national production car champion Leeroy Poulter (Nissan Dealer Team GP Windscreens Nissan 350Z) showed his class to the rest of the field in round three of the Bridgestone SA Production Car Championship at Killarney in Cape Town on Saturday.