SuperHatch this Saturday the 9th of July @ Kyalami, ensure you get to the track bright and early.
Take your cars off your trailers outside the pit area and leave the trailers outside.
Take your racing car through the pit gates and proceed down the pit lane at the back of the pits through the 2 lines (left and right), turn into the pit lane and the first lot of the pits (that are bunted off) closest to the pit entrance are for SuperHatch, we will have scrutineering there in the pits.
Ensure you go do your documentation (on the first floor of the pit complex in the timing room) before you scrutineer.

Documentation & scrutineering @ 06:30 – 08:00 am
Practice @ 08:45 – 09:00 am
Quail/warm up @ – 10:00 am
1st heat @ 12:00
2nd heat @ 15:00

 

Noggin Wednesday the 13th of July at Kyalami Marshals clubhouse @ 19:30
Please bring any clothes, blankets, non perishable foods – anything you can’t use anymore – for the old age home in Helderkruin (Louis will go and drop it all off)

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Hot racing on a cold day

Round 4 of the SuperHatch championship saw us return to our home circuit in the chilly season, but the sun shone on SuperHatch and the racing was hot as always.

The cold air was expected to produce fast times and it did. Qualifying in Class A saw Mark Silverwood put his OKI MINI Cooper S on pole with a blistering time of 1:15:4 ahead of Seef Fourie (Rustic Stone Ford Laser) and Mark du Toit (TAR Honda Civic). Class B was all about the ASAP Peugeot of Hilton van Nieuwenhuizen with a 1:16:7 from current overall champion Nic Martin (Rex Diff & Gearbox Opel Kadett) and Chris Davison (Opel Superboss). Class C saw the return of Jeff Langeveldt (Fury Ford Fiesta) on a 1:18:1 ahead of Vernon Stoltz (AFW Engineering Opel Kadett) and Brian Kenny (Ford Laser). Class N also saw the return of young gun Jacques Joubert (Leatt Ford Fiesta) with a 1:17:7 ahead of Basil van der Westhuizen (JQ Civils Ford Fiesta).

 

Race 1

As usual, the top 5 finishers per class from the previous race at Phakisa were inverted. Class A saw the front pack get away and the two… Continue reading