What is SuperHatch?
The Car Care Clinic SuperHatch series, backed by Zwartkops Raceway, is designed for people looking for a cost-effective way of getting out on track and enjoying racing in the company of a group of like-minded
The Spirit of SuperHatch.
- Competitive racing
- Affordable racing
- Spectator appeal
- Competitor enjoyment
The Theory behind SuperHatch
SuperHatch is based on the power to weight theory. We run four power to weight classes. This means that it does not cost a fortune, nor does it limit you, to bring your car to spec. The more power you have the more weight you run. That’s the simple SuperHatch formula. Only cars that run on road suspension are eligible to race. A bolt in roll-cage and 4pt-harness is required.
All cars are run on a designated dyno to determine the class according to its power to weight ratio. Cars must run standard shocks or Armstrong/Gabriel replacements. Springs are free but there is
Red Star Raceway in Mpumalanga will host the fourth round of the 2019 Car Care Clinic SuperHatch Championship on Saturday 20 July. With three rounds of the seven-round championship completed, Nic Martin (Rex Diff & Gearbox Peugeot 207) leads the overall...read more
Normal service was resumed at the front of the Car Care Clinic SuperHatch field when Jonathan du Toit (Trans Africa Racing Honda Civic) and Brett Garland (autObarn/Incco/Sabat Honda Civic) shared the heat wins in the third round of the 2019 championship on Saturday,...read more
The 2019 Car Care Clinic SuperHatch championship returns to its normal format of two heats on race day after the annual long distance event at Phakisa last time out. Round 3 of the championship forms part of the Winter Challenge Race Day at Zwartkops Raceway on...read more
Brett Garland (autObarn/Incco/Sabat Honda Civic) took the Class A sprint race win at the second round of the 2019 Car Care Clinic SuperHatch championship on Saturday, 8 June but Louis Scholtz (Car Care Clinic Honda Civic) claimed the SuperHatch honours in the annual...read more
After the scheduled second round of the 2019 Car Care Clinic SuperHatch championship was abandoned due to problems with the Midvaal track surface, the drivers now make their way to Phakisa Freeway, just outside Welkom, for the annual Phakisa 200 on Saturday, 8 June....read more
A race day cancelled is like a death in the family This weekend saw us set out to the Midvaal circuit in Meyerton for round 2 of the SuperHatch circuit. We had been to the circuit on Wednesday to get some seat time and we were very happy with the pace and left...
Round 1 of the 2019 championship took place in Pretoria at Zwartkops this past weekend, with the newly wrapped Polo, now sporting a clean new white look with a host of colour and a very welcome list of new names on her…thanks to AKA Signage, for the stunning new look....
Round 4 – Midvaal Raceway Round 4 of the Autobarn Superhatch championship and we’re at Midvaal raceway this time round, with the winter chill about it was going to be an interesting weekend of racing. Practice day First practise of the day was on a slightly wet track...
This past weekend we set out to the very cold and Icey town of Meyerton to the Midvaal circuit, Friday once the mist settled and we could see past the end of the Silver Dream Machines bonnet, we set out in the first session of the day, on a still quite damp circuit,...
Spurr Racing… back on the podium This past weekend saw us return to our home circuit after a lot of time and effort being spent on the lovely little Silver Polo… New wheels, new turbo, new steering wheel…. a little testing in between (including a race in 111 at...