Zwartkops Raceway near Pretoria will host the fourth round of the regional extreme festival with nine categories of racing this Saturday.

The program will be headlined by two V8 Touring Car races with Willie Hepburn (Sabat Opel Rekord) and Ben Morgenrud (Ford Mustang) calling the events.

Other top contenders will include Jonathan du Toit (Ford Mustang), Rudolph de Vos (Chevrolet Firenza CanAm), Mark du Toit (Ford Fairlane), Jacqui Schecter (Ford Galaxie), Colin Allison (Ford Fairlane) and Eugene Gauss (Master Mowers Chevrolet ). Florence CanAm).

Rory Atkinson (BHIT Polo) has to be the man to beat in the Pabar VW Challenge races. Picture: Aubrey de Bruyne.

The Car Care Clinic 111 Sport and Saloon Car category will have 32 entries listed.

Among the main contenders for victory should be Adrian Dalton (Volkswagen Golf Turbo), George Economides (Wealth Avenue Volkswagen Golf Turbo), Johan van der Vyver (Devlaw Subaru WRX), Andre’ de Lange (Roofsure Volkswagen Golf), Leonard Archer (ACD Honda Civic Type). R), Louis Scholz (Car Care Clinic Volkswagen Golf), Marc du Toit (TAR BMW Z4), Gerhard Henning (Volkswagen Golf GTI) and Wuther Roos (Car Care Clinic Volkswagen Golf).

The Pabar VW Challenge will bring 29 cars to the party with Class A leaders Rory Atkinson (BHIT Polo), Wayne Masters (Performance Masters Polo), Gavin Ross (Norbrake Polo), Waldie Mainjis (Polo), Devald Teran (Interceptor). Polo), Stian Krill (Design Hut Polo), Derrick Smallberger (Sabertek Polo), Chris Dale (Pozidrive Polo) and Sam Dale (Pozidrive Polo).

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The classical component will be added to the review every year Ford and friends a race during which 32 historic sports and sedan cars will take to the asphalt.

The list of participants is headed by drivers such as James Temple (Daytona Coupe), Page Lindenberg (Ford Fairlane), Jonathan du Toit (Daytona Coupe), Peter Bailey (Ford GT40) and Oliver Broom (Ford Mustang).

There will also be tin cars such as Alfa Romeos, Volvos, Ford Anglias and Cortinas, Renaults, Fiats, Ford Escorts, Opel Kadetts and Volkswagen Sciroccos.

The Car Care Clinic Superhatch team will include leaders such as Jonathan du Toit (Honda Civic), Karel Stolts (Toyota Etios), Andre Danhauser (Opel Corsa), Louis Scholz (Honda Civic), Nick Martin (Peugeot 207) and Melanie Spoor ( Volkswagen Polo).

A preview of the Zwartkops 2022 Regional Extreme Festival
Thomas Falkiner (Tailon) could be on the podium after Saturday’s Lotus Challenge races. Photo: Motorsportfanatix.

Jeffrey Kruger (Birkin) and Thomas Falkiner (Tailon) should win the Lotus Challenge races, while others will look to Macky Adlem (Tailon), David Coetzee (Birkin), Sean Hewitt (Birkin) and Brett van Rensburg (Birkin). ).

The On Track magazine In Clubman racing, Deon du Plessis’ KTM X-Bow will be the top car to be chased by rivals such as Klippies Krige and Norman Witt’s Lotus 7s, as well as sedans such as Dirk Lawrence’s Honda Ballade, Eugene Gauze’s Chevrolet Firenza CanAm, Mazda RX Anton Bitzer. -7, the Subaru WRX of Johan Labuchan and the Lotus 7 of Ishmael Peck.

Marius Jacobs (Opel Tigra Spaceframe), Rian Draper (Peugeot 206 Spaceframe), Gilio Airaga (Opel Tigra Spaceframe), Evert Seifert (Mazda RX-8 Spaceframe) and Theo Brusau (Opel Tigra Spaceframe) could climb the podium after SilverCup 2.0 race

Gates will be open from 07:00 and racing will start at 09:00. Admission will cost 130 rand for an adult and 90 rand for a student, children under 12 are free. For more information call Zwartkops on 012 384 2299.

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