The Cape Peninsula Motorcycle and Car Club (CPMCC) organized rally sprint that ran 3 February at Nuwedam farm kicked off the Western Cape Rally season on a high note.
The Somerset West Motor Club organized Blue Crane Benefit Rally was action from start to finish where competitors fought it out for position.
The Western Cape Rally Regional Championship season ends on September 30 with the Somerset West Motor Club organised Blue Crane Rally that takes place in the Caledon District.
Toyota teams continued with their domination of the 2006 SA Rally Championship manufacturer’s title chase, claiming another five class wins on the Sasol Rally, held in the scenic Mpumulanga Lowveld this past weekend.
Serge Damseaux/Robert Paisley in their S2000 Team Castrol Toyota RunX RSi made a clean sweep of the Toyota Dealer Rally that ran April 8-9 by finishing 3 min and 46 seconds ahead of second place rivals Jan Habig/Douglas Judd in their BP Volkswagen Racing Golf 4. Damseaux’s 67th win toppled Sarel van der Merwe’s 66 career wins record.
The first Cape Town regional rally, the Augustyn’s Spring Works Rally that ran on March 19 kicked off the regional season on a high note.
The Hitachi Tour Natal Rally the first round of the SASOL SA Rally Championship that ran on March 4 and 5 was action packed from start to finish. 29 of the 59 teams that started lived to tell the tale. The tough and unrelenting course claimed victims as the rally progressed.
The NPS Great North Rally was nothing short of exciting, as hopes were dashed for some and champagne corks popped for the winners.
Schalk Burger and Vito Bonafede scored a well-deserved win on the 7th round of the Sasol SA Rally Championship, the Subaru Cape Rally, held in Cape Town and the Swartland district of the Western Cape,
Rainy and wet conditions favouring the fourwheel drive cars in class N4 ruled the CPMCC organised Subaru Cape Rally that took place September 17 and 18. Only 31 of the 54 starters completed the rally.