Nankang Extreme 4x4 this weekend

2015-06-25 06:00
A Class D vehicle from the Algoa Steel team that will be competing in the Nankang Extreme 4x4 Challenge at the Absa Kirkwood Wildsfees on Saturday, June 28. Photo:
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A Class D vehicle from the Algoa Steel team that will be competing in the Nankang Extreme 4x4 Challenge at the Absa Kirkwood Wildsfees on Saturday, June 28. Photo: SUPPLIED

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THE Nankang Extreme 4x4 Challenge will be held at The Lookout on Saturday, June 28, and will be coupled with the annual Absa Kirkwood Wildsfees as in past years.

Approximately 50 vehicles will participate in the event, including entrants from the Western Cape, South Western Districts and East London.

The classes will cater for a variety of vehicles, ranging from high performance purpose-built to standard 4x4 Pick Ups.

The event starts at 9am at the venue situated at the entrance to Kirkwood. It will be clearly marked with banners and sign boards.

Entry fee for adults is R40 and R15 for children under 12 years.

A variety of refreshments will be on sale throughout the day and a shuttle bus service will be available between the main festival and the 4x4 event.

For more information contact Antonie Swart on 083 240 5579

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