High-speed stock car action this weekend

2016-11-17 06:01
Bennie Greyling and Johan Swart are the newly crowned SA stock car champions in their respetive classes. Photo: ABRI DE BRUIN

Bennie Greyling and Johan Swart are the newly crowned SA stock car champions in their respetive classes. Photo: ABRI DE BRUIN

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STOCK car drivers will take to the track on November 19, competing in the final round of the Heavy Metal National Championships.

Drivers from Port Elizabeth, George and Oudtshoorn will battle it out at Victory Raceway in Victoria Drive, Walmer, Port Elizabeth.

The classes to compete are Development, 1660’s, 2.1 Modifieds, Heavy Metals/ Super Sixes and American Saloons.

The gates open at 15:00 and the racing starts at 18:00.

The entry fee is R50 for adults, R10 for children under 10 and R20 for track parking.

Braai facilities and food stalls will be available.

For more information, contact Maggie at 082 656 8830.

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