Leyton Fourie

Solid points haul for Leyton Fourie in Cape Town

Leyton Fourie enjoyed some great results at the 3rd round of the Junior Max Championship held at Killarney (Cape Town) this past weekend. Whilst coming home with some silverware is great, Leyton will be even happier that he was able to secure a very strong points haul. The Friday afternoon qualifying session set the tone for Leyton’s weekend when he put his Tony Kart on the front row of the grid. He drove a fantastic first race, not putting a…

Tiffany Napier

Tiffany Napier’s character building weekend

The third round of the South African Junior Max Championship did not go according to plan for Tiffany Napier, who was hoping for a good showing in Cape Town this past weekend. After becoming reacquainted with Killarney during Thursday’s unofficial practice, Tiffany felt confident of a good showing during Friday’s qualifying session. Unfortunately, her 3 lap session was severely hampered when the karter in front of her experience technical issues and forced Tiffany to abandon her flying lap. This resulted…

Kwanda Mokoena conquers the fairest Cape

KWANDA MOKOENA CONQUERS THE FAIREST CAPE Whilst Kwanda Mokoena was looking to have some fun at Killarney (Cape Town) this past weekend, the recently crowned MSA Academy Champion did more than that. He walked away from the event with the first place trophy. Kwanda is not always the fastest driver on track, but his racecraft is what sets him apart from the rest. This weekend again demonstrated this as Kwanda qualified on the second row of the grid. Starting 4th…

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Painting the town red

The Official BirelART South Africa Team was in Cape Town this past weekend for the third round of the Rotax Max National Championship. Dubbed the “Red Army”, the team enjoyed victory and commiserated loss, but through it all, the team stood strong and showed passion. Bjorn Bertholdt had a great qualifying session in Micro Max, claiming 4th on the grid. He unfortunately battled a bit in the 1st race, only finishing 11th. He ran consistently in the top ten in…

Gennaro Bonafede (Sasol BMW) and Michael Stephen (Engen Audi) will fight for Sasol Global Touring Car championship supremacy at Zwartkops. Picture: Dave Ledbitter

Sasol Raceday brings Extreme Festival back to Zwartkops Raceway on 18 August 2018

The 2018 Extreme Festival will return to the Zwartkops Raceway near Pretoria next Saturday (August 18), with seven racing disciplines on both four and two wheels scheduled to perform. Top billing on the Sasol Raceday will belong to the Sasol Global Touring Car contingent, where three drivers will continue to fight for this year’s overall title. The championship contenders will be Michael Stephen (Engen Audi), Gennaro Bonafede (Sasol BMW) and Simon Moss (Engen Audi), with little to choose between them…