BMW locked out the front row of the grid in qualifying for this afternoon’s Bridgestone Super Production Car races, with local star Johan Fourie completely… Read more →
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.
Cape Town played host to the second round of the Wesbank Super Series this past weekend at the Killarney racetrack. All the usual suspects were once again at the top of the four-wheeled field, including Johan Fourie, Des Gutzeit, Devin Robertson, Gary Formato and the Auby family. The bike action was the source of most of the drama, however.
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.
The form book took a bit of flak at round three of the WesBank Super Series at Killarney. Championship leaders and some of the more fancied drivers and riders were under the whip on a day full of drama and cut-throat racing. If one had to hand out individual honours they would probably go to motorcycle star Sheridan Morais (Emtek Racing Kawasaki) who took three wins in two different categories.
It was a bitter-sweet day for Team Afrox in the opening round of the 2009 Bridgestone SA Production Car Championship at Port Elizabeth’s Aldo Scribante circuit on Saturday.
This year’s Bridgestone Production Car Championship started in spectacular fashion at the Eastern Cape Aldo Scribante circuit on Saturday (March 7).
The Nissan Dealer Team of Leeroy Poulter and Marco da Cunha experienced mixed fortunes in the opening round of the 2009 Bridgestone SA Production Car Championship at Port Elizabeth’s Aldo Scribante circuit on Saturday.
Pretoria, Saturday – A new teenage South African champion who is a chip off the old block, a little history from another teenager and a touch of controversy were features of an action packed round eight of the WesBank Super Series national meeting at the Sasol Spring Races at the weekend.