The knives will be out in the Special Vehicle category on the Limpopo 400, round six of the Absa Off Road Championship, in Limpopo on September 12 and 13.
It could not have been better scripted – a winner takes all confrontation in the Special Vehicle category at the Ford Carnival City 400, the final round of the Absa Off Road Championship, on November 30 and December 1.
A solid second place on the recent Amathole 500 in the Eastern Cape has seen the father and son team of Nick and Ryan Harper tighten their hold on the Special Vehicle title chase in the Absa Off Road Championship.
A little needle among the top teams, along with outstanding championship issues, could provide the Special Vehicle category with an explosive finale to the Absa Off Road Championship at the Ford Carnival City 400 on November 17 and 18.
Special Vehicle title challengers will find themselves at the sharp end of the stick on the Toyota Dealer 400, the penultimate round of the Absa Off Road Championship, on October 27 and 28.
Motorite BAT crews continued to dominate the Special Vehicle category in the ABSA Off Road Championship with a one/two, their second such result in a row, on the Sun City 400 today.
The Motorite BAT Team completely dominated the Special Vehicle category on the Lesotho Sun 400, round five of the Absa Off Road Championship, which ended at Matsieng, near Maseru, today.
Four events and four different winners in the Special Vehicle category in this year’s Absa Off Road Championship give a clear indication of a high level of competition.
A Special Vehicle field that includes both quantity and quality provides all the necessary ingredients to turn the Nissan Sugarbelt 400 in KwaZulu-Natal on May 5 and 6 into a classic race.
Brandon Harcus drove the “race of his life” to win the Special Vehicle category on the Nissan Dealer 400, the opening round of the Absa Off Road Championship, which ended in Darling today.