Motorsport fans made their way to Killarney Raceway for the biggest trackside meeting in over two years due to the pandemic.
Highlights included Robert Wolk and his Chemical Logistics Toyota Corolla, surviving a crunching reverse grid second race and a penalty, but still coming out on top as the Global Touring Cars thrilled on track. Jeffrey Kruger and Keagan Masters shared spectacular GTC Supacup wins and Jonathan du Toit’s Lamborghini Huracan beat Charl Arangies’ Nissan GT-R, as well as Greg Parton’s Huracan to the Extreme Supercar category win.
A Polo Cup 1-2-3-4 consisted of Jurie Swart, Tate Bishop, Charl Visser and Giordano Lupini and the Geldenhuys brothers Gerard and Antwan took first and second in Investchem Formula 1600. The Kent win was taken by none other than Ian Schofield.
Both Toyota Gazoo Racing Yaris Cup races were won by Ashley Oldfield, rounding off an exciting and riveting return to trackside motorsport for local fans of high-octane excitement.