Welfare to host second motor show

2018-07-05 06:00

THE Tongaat Child and Family Welfare Society will host its second motor show on Saturday, July 7. The show will involve a car sound off competition, dyno competition, show and shine competition and a glow in the dark competition.

The society has engaged the services of Bass City Car Association, the United States Auto Sound Competition International (Usaci) administrators in South Africa.

Bass City Car Association is a nationally based organisation that has hosted events at the Rand Show, Gateway and Sibiya, among others.

Usaci is an international organisation that monitors and records the results of the sound off. This information is then shared internationally.

The show and shine will include classics as well and modern cars, tow trucks and would be judged by Usaci.

The dyno competition entails testing a vehicles power in kilowatts (KW) and Newton metres (NM) of torque.

It is a safer way to compare a cars power and speed than illegal drag racing.

The dyno judge can also advise the vehicle owner on the correct method of running a vehicle, and if the vehicle requires any tuning.

There are 11 different classes available for entry at the competition, catering for cars ranging from stock standard to modified cars from 1.4 litre to a V8 turbo or super charged engine.

The show will be fun for the whole family with a restaurant and a variety of stalls.

The entrance fee is R 30 per person, children under 12 are free.

There will be lucky draws with fun prize for the public.

Trophies and prizes will be awarded to winners in the car sound off, dyno and show and shine.

If you are petrol head, car enthusiast or just want to spend a fun day out with the family to support a good cause, then the TCW Motor Show at the Outspan Grounds is the place to be.

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