If you haven’t already heard, Formula E is coming to South Africa in 2023 with the novel Cape Town E-Prix! We decided to take a dive into the history and genesis of the first sport series to have a net zero carbon footprint from its inception.
The final two rounds of the 2022 Formula E World Championship took place in the bustling metropol of Seoul and it was Belgian driver Stoffel Vandoorne that ended the season on top, clinching his first World Championship ahead of Mercedes’ pending exit from the sport.
What is that age old saying: no matter how fast you are, there is always a Golf faster than you? This 447 kW hillclimb Golf R is testament to that as it winds up mountain passes to the reverberating tune of a five-cylinder.
The New Zealand based Rodin FZero has been revealed and it comes with some pretty impressive stats. Best of all, a twin-turbocharged V10 motor propels the single-seater forward with the assistance of an electric motor – how does 10 000 rpm sound?
Stepping towards the future but adversely remembering the past, Ken Block’s Audi Hoonitron will make its debut at Laguna Seca alongside the Audi Sport Quattro S1 Group B rally monster – a car that it takes its aesthetic inspiration from.
The Lamborghini Urus which achieved the record, climbed the 156-turn mountain road and managed it 17 seconds faster than the previous title holder – the Bentley Bentayga.
Competing in the 65cc class, 11-year-old Kabelo Ledwaba will represent South Africa at the FIM Junior Motocross World Championships in Finland later this month alongside a Motorsport South Africa selected team.
The Iron Dames, participating under the guidance of the Iron Lynx team, made history at the 24 Hours of Spa after becoming the first all-female line up to claim the top step of the podium in their class for the greuling endurance race.
The free Gran Turismo 1.19 update has added a Porsche 918 Spyder, Nissan Skyline Super Silhouette and a Maserati A6GCS/53 to the game which has been on sale for the past four months.
The Prancing Horse has been feverishly preparing some special race cars for the next few seasons of competition racing but the latest to officially have the covers removed is this; the Ferrari 296 GT3, and it comes with 20% more downforce than its predecessor.