Sibaya Casino gets revved for Bass City 2015

2015-04-30 15:11
It all unfolds from 10am onwards in the Sibaya car park where there will be hundreds of vehicles from across the country for car enthusiasts to feast their eyes on
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It all unfolds from 10am onwards in the Sibaya car park where there will be hundreds of vehicles from across the country for car enthusiasts to feast their eyes on Photo: supplied

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SIBAYA Casino and Entertainment Kingdom is getting revved-up for yet another thrilling day of growling engines, exhilarating sound, and souped-up rides with Bass City 2015 on Sunday, 26 April.

The event hosted at Sibaya in conjunction with the International Auto Sound Challenge Association (IASCA) and Speed ‘n Sound magazine, will feature sound off, show ‘n shine and dyno competitions.

Car enthusiasts are called to enter their pride and joy in the sound off and show ‘n shine competitions.

The cost to enter is R150 per car, per category.

Registrations for the competition are open from 10am to 3pm, with the prize-giving taking place at 8pm.

For the first time ever for Durban, Speed ‘n Sound magazine will also be running its leg of the SPL Street Challenge.

It all unfolds from 10am onwards in the Sibaya car park where there will be hundreds of vehicles from across the country for car enthusiasts to feast their eyes on.

Entrance for spectators is free of charge.

“Bass City 2015 is an automotive extravaganza that attracts motoring enthusiasts from all over South Africa to showcase their masterpieces.

“There would be a variety of cars on display from vintages and modified cars to supercars and exotics.

“This show will boast some of the loudest SPL and Bass Boxing cars in the country, not forgetting some of thefastest cars that will be tearing up the dyno,” said Mohnish Ramgovind, public relations officer at Sibaya Casino and Entertainment Kingdom.

He says a large crowd is expected at Sibaya which has become renowned for staging professional car shows in a safe and secure environment.

Later this year, vehicle fanatics can look forward to the IASCA World Record semi-finals in July as well as the World Record Finals at Sibaya at the end of November

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