Mr PE finalists to get tough at 4x4 track

2017-05-18 06:00
=The Mr PE UberMann finalists will get rough and tough on Saturday when they have to complete challenges at the Eastern Cape 4x4 Challenge Club’s track at Uitenhage Airfield.                          Photo:SUPPLIED

=The Mr PE UberMann finalists will get rough and tough on Saturday when they have to complete challenges at the Eastern Cape 4x4 Challenge Club’s track at Uitenhage Airfield. Photo:SUPPLIED

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The 12 Mr PE uberMann finalists have been told to put on their big boy shoes and pants for the challenge to participate in an extreme 4x4 event on Saturday at the Eastern Cape 4x4 Challenge Club’s track at the Uitenhage Airfield.

The action starts at 10:00 and challenges include the tyre hole, wall of death and various hilarious activities.

It will be an open day event and the public are invited to attend. The 12 finalists will be competing individually for points.

There will also be a prize for the Mr PE uberMANN bringing along the biggest fan club. So the challenge is on to let them stand out in the crowd so that judges can know whom they are supporting.

The entrance fee for spectators is R20 per adult and kids R5, alternatively they can bring a teddy bear to donate at the gate then no fee is applicable. Funds raised on the day as well as the teddies will be donated to charity organisations namely the Association for Physically Disabled Persons, Cansa, Khayalethu Boys Home and the Rape Crisis Centre.

The fun and action will be from 10:00 to 14:00 followed by the prize giving and late lunch.

The Mr PE uberMANN gala night will be on June 3rd.

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