Action-packed drifting at Dezzi

2017-09-15 06:00
A drifter loses a wheel in the race. PHOTOS: TOM PRINS

A drifter loses a wheel in the race. PHOTOS: TOM PRINS

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THE Supadrift Series at Dezzi Raceway on Saturday was a swerving success.

Drifters from all over the country participated and fans came out in their numbers in support.

Organisers said the Supadrift experience is an “all sensory” overloaded experience for fans.

“Our ambitions are to turn about motorsports eventing and introduce it to patrons and the unconverted by making it fun, exciting and real-life live entertainment,” said series points leader Jim Mcfarlane.

Tom Prins, who attended, said it was action packed.

“I felt fortunate to have attended,” he said.

The winner of the race was Jim McFarlane, in second place was Gavin Puren, and Jason Webb came third.


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