The Super Series returns to Zwartkops this weekend for round seven of the national circuit racing championship. Gauteng race fans can expect to see all major formulas out in action.
Killarney was the scene of some celebration during the eighth and penultimate round of the Wesbank Super Series as a few championships were settled at the weekend, while others will be decided at the season finale at Kyalami in Gauteng.
The national racing circus that is the Wesbank Super Series returned to Zwartkops in Gauteng for a third time for round seven of the racing series this weekend, as the season headed into its final third.
There were many good performers at Zwartkops raceway in Pretoria this weekend, but none so stellar as Sasol Subaru driver Hennie Groenewald, who commanded class A of the Bridgstone Production Car Championship with a clean sweep of the three heats – significantly boosting his championship hopes.
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.
There was no lack of enthusiasm in what was once again a strong field of competitors in seven national championship formulas when the Wesbank Super Series got off to a brilliant start at Zwartkops Raceway over the weekend.
Lately, there has been a lot of talk about Formula One broadcasting rights. The result of all the talk is that, as of next year, F1 will move over to a pay-per-view format on Sky News, while BBC broadcasts only half the races and a few highlights in-between.
Racers reached the mid-way point of the nine race 2011 season.
A summary of the most significant appointments in the motor industry during the fourth quarter of 2010 and the beginning of 2011.